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A Polish dance, a polonaise; (also) a piece of music for this dance, or one supposedly in a Polish style.
Early 19th century; earliest use found in John Wilson Croker (1780–1857), politician and writer. From Italian polacca Polish dance, polonaise, specifically use as noun of feminine of polacco (adjective) Polish.
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