kantikoy

kantikoy

(ˈkæntɪˌkɔː)
n
a ceremonial dance of some Native American tribes, often involving sacrifices
vb (intr)
to participate in a kantikoy
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The author has long been enchanted by dictionary oddities and has browsed many a set of definitions for some truly fun words, such as 'kantikoy' ("To dance in worship, celebration, or in honor of the dead.") The usage examples are even more fun: "How peculiar, that thelfies should take part in the kantikoy after so many millennia of mutation and invasion ...
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