- n. A national folk dance in Bosnia, Croatia and Serbia, performed in a circle.
- From a Slavic language, compare Proto-Slavic *kolo (“wheel”). (Wiktionary)
“The name is taken from the word kolo, which means “wheel.””
“If that is your subtle way of telling me I'm kolo, then I forgive you for you know not what you have said (written).”
“While they likely acknowledged a common language among them, the evidence suggests that the largest cohesive unit they acknowledged was the * ikungugo as a collection or group of related * - kolo.”
“Ehret has proposed that in the middle of the last millennium BCE, northern and central clusters of Kaskazi speakers innovated the word * - kolo to name their mother's matriclan.”
“Originally, it appears, * - kolo named the matriclan along the mother's line, but only in the Ruvu subgroup of languages did it retain this narrow meaning over the long run of history.”
“Kwere speakers also note tombo to name the matrilineage of the * - kolo matriclan.”
“He explained that when you examined its subdivisions, the * - kolo comprised the * ikungugo.”
“An * ikungugo was an even more extended kin grouping than the clans (* - kolo) recognized by proto-Ruvu speakers and their earlier ancestors.”
“Well, im too get small blame, he see as you dey drive like person wey don ‘kolo’, still yet e siddon like say them superglue am for the seat.”
“Finally, retain those dimples; dem dey make me kolo!”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘kolo’.
A list generated by Phrontistery
which I wanted to have along with my own lists on Wordnik
The Moves. Do~do~ditty!
Styles of dance
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