coranto (n.) Old form(s): Carranto, Carranto's
lively dance with quick running steps
AW II.iii.42[Lafew to Parolles, of the King and Helena] he's able to lead her a coranto
H5 III.v.33[Britaine to all, of the French women] They ... teach lavoltas high and swift corantos
TN I.iii.122[Sir Toby to Sir Andrew] Why dost thou not go to church in a galliard and come home in a coranto?
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