- From Irish céilí ("Irish dancing session"), from Scottish Gaelic ceilidh. (Wiktionary)
“It appears to be recorded at a sort of ceili put on by the KFOR troops.”
“My mother was a genteel, old-style set dancer who used to describe ceili dancing as 'all that hopping and jumping.”
“But first I learned ceili dancing, which was popular around New York, at the Irish Arts Center in Manhattan, and eventually I got my certification to teach it, the 60-year-old said.”
“I am an Irish ceili/set dancer, and a MAID (Mother Irish (step)Dancer), who occasionally visits the popular Irish dance boards and is in search of a not too pricey solo dress for my child.”
“They already hosted a ceili, a traditional Irish dance.”
“Folk dancing Irish ceili, Deutsches Haus, 200 S. Galvez S.. Gathering for music and dance,”
“Festival-goers can learn some of the Irish set dances or how to dance a ceili (Irish-style square dance) in the Crossroads Area, or they can try their hand at learning the Celtic harp in the Harp Tent.”
“I haven't been to ceili cottage yet but the surly service you described ...”
“Call for Nominations: Best 24 Hour Restaurants, Perogies and More best Irish pub - ceili cottage.”
“After a slow beginning, the ceili generated quite a buzz at the corner of St Stephen's Green and Dawson Street where the stage was erected.”
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