France vs Coranto - What's the difference?

france | coranto |

As an adverb france

is in the french language.

As a noun coranto is

a fast-paced dance which originated in france.



(wikipedia France)

Alternative forms

* Fraunce (obsolete)

Proper noun

  • A country in Western Europe which borders Belgium, Luxembourg, Germany, Switzerland, Italy, Monaco, Andorra and Spain, is a member state of the European Union and has a population of 62 million inhabitants. Official name: French Republic ().
  • * 1998 , Shanny Peer, France on Display: Peasants, Provincials, and Folklore (ISBN 0791437108), page 2:
  • Although scholars have offered different chronologies and causalities for the move toward modernity, most have resolved the paradox of the two Frances' by placing them in sequence: "diverse '''France''' gave way over time as modern centralized ' France gathered force."
  • * {{quote-news
  • , year=2012 , date=April 23 , author=Angelique Chrisafis , title=François Hollande on top but far right scores record result in French election , work=the Guardian citation , page= , passage=Hollande told cheering supporters in his rural fiefdom of Corrèze in south-west France' that he was best-placed to lead ' France towards change, saying the vote marked a "rejection" of Sarkozy and a "sanction" against his five years in office.}}
  • , a French poet, journalist, and novelist

    See also

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    Alternative forms

    * corant


  • A fast-paced dance which originated in France.
  • * Macaulay
  • Dancing a coranto with him upon the heath.
  • * 1928 ,
  • Orlando, it is true, was none of those who tread lightly the coranto and lavolta; he was clumsy; and a little absent-minded.