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  1. DAJČOVO HORO (ZIZAJ NANE) Bulgarian PRONUNCIATION: DAI-cho-voh hoh-ROH (ZEE-zai NAH-neh) TRANSLATION: Dajčo's dance (shake it man) SOURCE: Dick Oakes learned this dance from Anatol Joukowsky who taught variations to Dajčovo at the Kolo Festival in California. Michel Cartier also taught Dajčovo motifs at the California Kolo Festival.
  2. Šopsko horo - Bulgaria sopsko horo shopsko horo; Spiro; Staro Gradešniško horo - Bulgaria (Pirin) staro Gradesnisko horo; Staro Pomaško; Staro Zagorsko horo; Stiga mi sa, momne le; Stiga mi sa, momne le; Strandžansko horo strandzansko horo strandzhansko; Šumadija shumadiya sumadiya; Šumensko Dajčovo - Bulgaria sumensko dajcovo shumensko.
  3. Apr 03,  · Bulgarian folk dance - Dunavsko horo / Severnjashka Ethnographic Area. СЕЛСКО ШОПСКО ХОРО - WEST BULGARIA - Duration: Bulg Folk 1,, views.
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Dances Of The World's Peoples, Vol. 1: Greece, Rumania, Bulgaria, Macedonia, Croatia on Discogs.
  5. In Pernik, Bulgaria – Jan27, Girls in traditional costumes with ritual bread dance horo during the international festival of masquerade games ”Surva”. Girls in traditional costumes with QUARTU S.E., ITALY - JULY 15, 31 Sciampitta - International Folklore Festival - Sardinia.
  6. Horo is also a surname in Munda community of Jharkhand, India; Holo (alternatively romanized as "Horo"), the main character in the light novel, manga and anime series Spice and Wolf; Other. Horo (cloak), stiffened cloaks worn by messengers and bodyguards on the battlefields of feudal Japan; Horo (dance), a Bulgarian folk dance; See also.
  7. Horo, known also as Leman Russ, is a character from the Japanese light novel/anime/manga series Spice and gispunopgezabonlajanzworlturotve.xyzinfogh her original form is that of a giant wolf the size of a house, she spends the majority of her time as a 10% furry wolfgirl, possessing the ability to return to her wolf form by ingesting blood or grain. She is a minor goddess and, for a time, she was worshipped by a farming.