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Definition of tarentism

tarentism
Tarantism Tar"ant*ism, n. [It. tarantismo: cf. F. tarentisme. See Tarantula.] (Med.) A nervous affection producing melancholy, stupor, and an uncontrollable desire to dance. It was supposed to be produced by the bite of the tarantula, and considered to be incapable of cure except by protracted dancing to appropriate music. [Written also tarentism.]
Tarentism
Tarentism Tar"ent*ism, n. See Tarantism.

Meaning of tarentism from wikipedia

- Christopher John Tarrant, OBE (born 10 October 1946) is an English radio and television broadcaster. He presented the ITV children's television show Tiswas...
- Taranto (/təˈræntoʊ/, also US: /təˈrɑːntoʊ, ˈtɑːrəntoʊ, -rɑːn-/; Italian: [ˈtaːranto] (listen); Tarantino: Tarde; Latin: Tarentum; early Italian: Tarento;...
- Le Tarent is a mountain in the western Bernese Alps, overlooking Les Diablerets in the canton of Vaud. At 2,548 metres above sea level, it is the highest...
- Philip II (1329 – 25 November 1374) of the Angevin house, was Prince of Achaea and Taranto, and titular Latin Emperor of Constantinople (as Philip III)...
- Julius of Taranto, also known as Julius of Tarent (German: Julius von Tarent), is a dramatic tragedy by Johann Anton Leisewitz. Published in 1774, it...
- Louis I (Italian: Luigi, Aloisio or "Ludovico" ; 1320 – 26 May 1362), also known as Louis of Taranto, was a member of the Capetian House of Anjou who reigned...
- (2015). Medieval Maritime Warfare. Pen & Sword. Todt, K.-P. (1993). "Ph. v. Tarent". Lexikon des Mittelalters (in German). VI: Lukasbilder bis Plantagenêt...
- Giovanni Antonio (Giannantonio) Del Balzo Orsini (9 September 1401 – 15 November 1463) was a southern Italian nobleman and military leader; he was Prince...
- Isabella of Clermont (c. 1424 – 30 March 1465), also known as Isabella of Taranto, was queen of Naples as the first wife of King Ferdinand I of Naples...
- Retrieved 2007-03-15. Niederberger, Carlo. "Risqué business: **** star-turned-tarent". Metropolis. Archived from the original on 2011-09-07. Retrieved 2013-01-27...
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