A very hard working athlete usually talented and dedicated to the art of body movememnt, not "party dancing" or a stripper, but educated in areas of ballet, hip hop, jazz, tap, modern ect. type of dancer
by kate January 02, 2004
by meowmeow56 July 26, 2011
One who is passionate about dancing. This person has energy and lights up the stage when performing. Some types of dance he or she might take are ballet, pointe, tap, jazz, hip-hop, lyrical, contemporary, or modern.
by Stephanie June 28, 2004
Said to be God's athletes, a dancer is an artist, but they create there "portrait" with there dance moves and gentle flow. Dancers don't need wings to fly, due to all there practice and ability to jump so high. Very graceful and truly fun to be around with. They fill up the stage with the gracefulness and amaze the crowd. Some types of dance a dancer could do are, pointe, ballet, jazz, tap, modern, lyrical, contemporary, hip-hop, street jazz, and more.
by Love words! February 15, 2017
n. A disease which is caused by playing too much DDR in short periods of time. Symptoms include, but are not limited to: twitching feet, tapping out beats in class, and humming your favorite songs. There is no known cure. See DDR, Dance Dance Revolution.
by Moyer February 24, 2004
someone who everyone thinks shes anerixic and she really isn't. you might consider it a sport but its really a art which you work just as hard if not harder at dance than a prefesional athlete would at thier soprt. you work hard and do your best. its not as easy as everyone thinks it is because if it was, then everyone would be doing it. just because i can lift my leg up high doesnt mean that im stuck up or a bitch. we work hard at ballet, tap, jazz, hip-hop or pointe not at being a slut in a bar or a lap sitter.
i dance and im not a slut or stuck up and i've danced with American Ballet Theatre and School Of American Ballet.
by Chele June 03, 2004
An exclamation of joy and happiness, this slang term is used across central Scotland and covers the full range of positive outbursts. Thought to have first been used during filming of the Moulin Rouge in Paris by a world famous Scottish actor, the term “Ya Dancer,” is also used in reference to the reindeer of the same name who works at the aforementioned venue.
When you see a reindeer dressed in stunning evening wear, you'd probably exclaim "Ya Dancer". Especially if you are a famous Scottish actor.
by Reindeer December 05, 2006