What is another word for barcarole?

64 synonyms found


[ bˈɑːkəɹˌə͡ʊl], [ bˈɑːkəɹˌə‍ʊl], [ b_ˈɑː_k_ə_ɹ_ˌəʊ_l]

Related words: carole barcarolle, carole barcarolle sheet music, carole barcarolle composer, carole barcarolle wiki, carole barcarolle kids go to school

Different questions:

  • What is a barcarole?
  • What is the carole barcarolle?
  • What is the composer of a carole?

    How to use "Barcarole" in context?

    Barcarole refers to a medieval dance where couples would dance and sing to music while moving around a closed space. The dance is thought to have evolved from the courtly dances of the Middle Ages. There is some debate over the origin of the dance, but it is generally agreed that it was first performed in France around the 12th century.

    Homophones for Barcarole:

    Hyponym for Barcarole:

    Word of the Day

    comblike, acerate, acerose, ailing, arbor, barbellate, biting, briery, bristled, bristly.