Dancy
Dancy \Dan"cy\, a. (Her.) Same as {Dancett['e]}. [1913 Webster]

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  • Dancy — ist der Name mehrerer Orte in den Vereinigten Staaten: Dancy (Alabama) Dancy (Mississippi) Dancy (Wisconsin) bzw. in Frankreich Dancy (Eure et Loir) Personen: Bill Dancy, US amerikanischer Baseballmanager Hugh Dancy (* 1975), britischer… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Dancy — may refer to: People Bill Dancy, American baseball coach Hugh Dancy, English actor Jonathan Dancy, British philosopher Keith Dancy, Canadian hockey announcer Places France Dancy, Eure et Loir, a commune in the Eure et Loir department United… …   Wikipedia

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  • Dancy — Amongst the original followers of William the Conqueror at the 1066 invasion of England was William de Anesi, from the village of that name in Calvados, Normandy. He was later granted extensive land holdings in Hampshire and Wiltshire, and his… …   Surnames reference

  • dancy — danc·y also danc·ey (dănʹsē) adj. Informal danc·i·er, danc·i·est Suitable for or inviting dancing; danceable: dancy music. * * * …   Universalium

  • dancy — adjective Suitable for dancing to. After a few slow numbers, the band moved on to some more dancy tunes …   Wiktionary

  • dancy — pron at dance+ē, i adjective ( er/ est) : given to or suggestive of dancing especially when lively whether the music is dainty … or dancy and vigorously expository Virgil Thomson …   Useful english dictionary

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