Definition of Sardana

1. a Spanish folk dance [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sardana

sarcosomes
sarcosporidian
sarcostosis
sarcostyle
sarcostyles
sarcotic
sarcotics
sarcotripsy
sarcotubules
sarcous
sarculation
sarculations
sard
sardachate
sardachates
sardana (current term)
sardanapalian
sardanas
sardar
sardars
sardel
sardelle
sardelles
sardels
sardine
sardine oil
sardined
sardinelike
sardines
sardining

Literary usage of Sardana

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1. Simla Village Tales by Alice Elizabeth Dracott (1906)
"This man had great riches and lands, and also owned a place of worship. He married a lady of sardana, who was called "Begum." After a few years of married ..."

2. British Phaenogamous Botany, Or, Figures and Descriptions of the Genera of ...by W. (William) Baxter by W. (William) Baxter (1840)
"sardana major, Johnson's Gerarde, p. 809. LOCALITIES.—In waste places, and by road-sides ; common. Biennial.—Flowers in July and August. ..."

3. Simla Village Tales by Alice Elizabeth Dracott (1906)
"This man had great riches and lands, and also owned a place of worship. He married a lady of sardana, who was called "Begum." After a few years of married ..."

4. British Phaenogamous Botany, Or, Figures and Descriptions of the Genera of ...by W. (William) Baxter by W. (William) Baxter (1840)
"sardana major, Johnson's Gerarde, p. 809. LOCALITIES.—In waste places, and by road-sides ; common. Biennial.—Flowers in July and August. ..."

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