ZOUK

Etymology

Noun

zouk (plural zouks)

(music) A style of dance music originating in the French Antilles, combining Latin American, African and Western disco rhythms; a dance to this music

Verb

zouk (third-person singular simple present zouks, present participle zouking, simple past and past participle zouked)

To dance to zouk music.

Source: Wiktionary



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