Etymology
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schottische (n.)

round dance resembling a polka, 1849, from German Schottische, from schottische (tanz) "Scottish (dance)," from Schotte "a native of Scotland," from Old High German Scotto, from Late Latin Scottus (see Scot). The pronunciation is French. Also the music for such a dance.

updated on February 02, 2022

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Definitions of schottische from WordNet

schottische (n.)
music performed for dancing the schottische;
schottische (n.)
a German round dance resembling a slow polka;
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