lezginka

lezginka
ż III, CMs. \lezginkance; lm D. \lezginkanek
1. Lezginka «mieszkanka południowo-wschodniego Dagestanu lub północnego Azerbejdżanu»
2. «ludowy taniec Lezginów, rozpowszechniony na Kaukazie»

Kaukaska lezginka.

Tańczyć lezginkę.

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