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    #1

    "Aul dancing"

    What is it? :) The word "aul" doesn't exist in any of my English dictionaries.

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    #2

    Re: "Aul dancing"

    Quote Originally Posted by Vibovit View Post
    What is it? :) The word "aul" doesn't exist in any of my English dictionaries.
    An "aul" is a Caucasian mountain or desert settlement. Perhaps this is some type of Russian dance.


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    #3

    Re: "Aul dancing"

    Quote Originally Posted by Vibovit View Post
    What is it? :) The word "aul" doesn't exist in any of my English dictionaries.
    Are you sure it's not 'auld'? That's the Scottish word for 'old', as in 'auld lang syne' ('old (times) long past').


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    Re: "Aul dancing"

    I am sure it's not a Russian dance.

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    #5

    Re: "Aul dancing"

    Quote Originally Posted by Serafim View Post
    I am sure it's not a Russian dance.
    It doesn't seem to be very common. Google:

    Web Results 1 - 3 of about 10 for "aul dancing".

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