Etymology
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Terpsichore (n.)

the muse of the dance, Greek Terpsikhore, literally "enjoyment of dance," from terpein "to delight" (from PIE root *terp- "to satisfy;" source also of Sanskrit trpyati "takes one's fill," Lithuanian tarpstu, tarpti "to thrive, prosper") + khoros "dance, chorus" (see chorus).

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Definitions of Terpsichore
1
terpsichore (n.)
taking a series of rhythmical steps (and movements) in time to music;
Synonyms: dancing / dance / saltation
2
Terpsichore (n.)
(Greek mythology) the Muse of the dance and of choral song;
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