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From Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary:
Main entry: strath·spey
Pronunciation: strath-'spA (A as a in _a_ce)
Inflected Form(s): plural strathspeys
Etymology: Strath Spey, district of Scotland
Date: circa 1653
: a Scottish dance that is similar to but slower than the reel;
also: the music for this dance
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