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gymnopedia, gymnopaedia (s) (noun); gymnopedias, gymnopaedias (pl)
The distinctive epithet (in ancient Greece) of the dances or other exercises performed by boys who did not wear any garments at public festivals: The festivals where this unclad dancing took place and the dancing itself were known as gymnopaedia (primarily a British spelling) or gymnopedia (primarily an American spelling).

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gymnopedium, gymnopaedium (noun); gymnopedia, gymnopaedia (pl)
The dances or other exercises performed by unclad boys at public festivals in ancient Greece: The gymnopaedia on festive occasions in Greece included boys who were not wearing any attire because it was a tradition in those days.
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