This folk dance from the Pontic Greeks takes credit for being The Most Difficult Greek Dance In the World! Pontos is a region in the extreme northeastern part of Turkey, on the border with Adjaria in the Georgian Republic. Pontic dances are usually characterized by a very martial feeling and trembling movements in the hands, shoulders, and the upper part of the torso, and small, close-to-the-ground movements of the feet. The music for most Pontic Greek dances is usually played on a small, bottle-shaped fiddle called "lyra" or "kementze", or on a small bagpipe called "tulum", with or without "daouli" (hand drum) accompaniment. Most Pontic Greeks have settled in Greek Macedonia, due to oppression by Turks during the rule of the Ottoman Empire.
The dancers at the Greek American Folklore Society in New York are practicing Trygona and Serra.
Really, a sweet sincere girl who has touched the lives of many and left her mark. Anyone who ever not only meets her, but gets to know her, will become inspired and forever be satisfied with life because they'll know that the world is capable of great things, like making people as special as Serra.
Really nice and funny and smart AND pretty. A generally good person but if you mess with her friends then you'd better watch out, because she is very loyal and doesn't mind killing a person or two to protect her friends.
Person 1) She is so nice and smart, she's such a serra!
Person 2) What?!? I just broke up with her best friend! HIDE ME!!!
The biggest fucking bitch on the face of the Earth, anyone who ever comes in contact with this slut should immediately do a 180, and walk straight into the nearest object they see, even if it's sharp or dangerous. DO NOT FUCK WITH THIS CUNT.
Holy shit, I just met Serra. I think I'm going to gouge my eyes out with cotton balls and send the bloody balls to Kenya; saying that they're meatballs.