Above the notes of praise is a small photo of Guerin wearing a polka dot tie and pocket square, staring at you like a sociopath.
You might learn that the songs sound like a cross between mariachi and polka and come from the norteño folk tradition.
polka dots merge into Dior logos, culminating in a faceless chainsaw-wielding mannequin.
The sister was dressed in traditional Roma dress—covered in a pink, furry, polka dot dressing gown.
She was dressed casually in skinny jeans, a polka dot Zara top and a green Ralph Lauren blazer jacket.
If you could see the little girl dance the polka with her sisters!
If I go to the party I'll just drop in for a few minutes as I am, in my polka dot.
You might as well try to sing a long-metre hymn to "Fisher's Hornpipe," as to undertake to dance to that polka.
Among the other 2-4 rhythms are the polka, suitable for Ballet work.
The name of a very well-known dance, the polka, really means "Polish woman."
1844, from French polka, German Polka, probably from Czech polka, the dance, literally "Polish woman" (Polish Polka), fem. of Polak "a Pole." The word might also be an alteration of Czech pulka "half," for the half-steps of Bohemian peasant dances. Or it could be a merger of the two. The dance was in vogue first in Prague, 1835; it reached London by the spring of 1842.
Vous n'en êtes encore qu'au galop, vieil arriéré, et nous en sommes à la polka! Oui, c'est la polka que nous avons dansée à ce fameux bal Valenlino. Vous demandez ce que c'est que la polka, homme de l année dernière! La contredanse a vécu; le galop, rococo; la valse à deux temps, dans le troisième dessous; il n'y a plus que la polka, la sublime, l'enivrante polka, dont les salons raffolent, que les femmes de la haute, les banquiéres les plus cossues et les comtesses les plus choenosophoses étudient jour et nuit. ["La France Dramatique," Paris, 1841]As a verb by 1846 (polk also was tried).
A lively dance for couples, originating in eastern Europe.
Note: Johann Strauss, the Younger wrote many polkas.