Czech word                             meaning       šohaj                   Generally a guy; partyboy, lover             ...
Folklore dictionary
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Folklore dictionary

  1. 1. Czech word meaning šohaj Generally a guy; partyboy, lover The Feast; the biggest folklore festivals in Hody Moravia kroj Traditional folk costume Big bottle of wine; used during traditional juchačka dances Chants that stáreks use during the Feast, mainly juchání during the parade „Feastman“; person who organises the Feast stárek dressed in traditional costume „Feastwoman“; partner of stárek also dressed in stárka costume Maypole; spruce tree without bark with mája decorated treetop raised in the middle of danceplace during the Feast „wine cellar master“; a person who is sklepník responsible for wine; entertainer of the Feast A group of young people dressed in traditional chasa costumes Celebration held one or two weeks after the odehrávky Feast Traditional dance that includes jumping; part of verbuňk UNESCO vrtěná Traditional dance zavádka Traditional dance průvod Parade dechovka Brass music cimbálka Dulcimer music košt Wine tasting event Young wine that is traditionally drunk from theSvatomartinské víno 11 november kořalka Liquor shot pohárek Wine glass sedmička Wine bottle (0.7 litres) burčák Pre-product of wine; few weeks after harvest koštýř Instrument used to pick wine from containers Demižón Glass container for wine (30-50 litres) sklep Wine cellar Decorated stick used during Easter Monday for pomlázka chasing girl Wooden symbol that expresses that the Feast Hodové právo can be celebrated

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