Question about "Rant"

Dianne Evans

Message 29752 · 27 Feb 2002 15:47:39 · Fixed-width font · Whole thread

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According to my Scots - English Dictionary (!) Rant n. frolic; song; romp.
v. revel; romp.
Maxwell's Romp/Frolic .... seems appropriate:)

Di Evans
Skagit Scottish Country Dancers (who love to frolic)
Whidbey Island WA USA

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From: Marian Stroh [mailto:xxxxxxxxxxxx@xxxxxxx.xxx]
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Subject: Question about "Rant"

Class members asked the other night what the significance of the word "Rant"
was in a dance name, as in Maxwell's Rant. I don't know, and wonder if
anyone out there can help.

Marian Stroh
Reno, NV
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