Alegría - Happiness 

Andando - Going


Así - Thus; so; just like that

Bailando - Dancing

Bulería - A fast flamenco rhythm in 12 beats, with emphasis on either the 3rd, 6th, 8th, 10th & 12th, or 3rd, 7th, 8th, 10th & 12th beats

Cante - A song; sing. From the Spanish verb cantar (to sing)

Cuadro - A group of artists that sing, dance, play guitar and perform flamenco

Doce - Twelve

Enseñando - Teaching

Flamenco - In its strictest sense, a professionalized art-form based on the various folkloric musical traditions of Southern Spain in the autonomous communities of Andalusia, Extremadura and Murcia. In a wider sense, it refers to the musical traditions and more modern musical styles that have themselves been deeply influenced by and become synonymous with the development of flamenco over the past two centuries. It includes cante (singing), toque (guitar playing), baile (dance), jaleo (vocalizations), palmas (handclapping) and pitos (finger snapping)

Generaciones - Generations

Gitano - The term used in Spain to refer to a person belonging to the Romani people -- a nomadic race of dark skin and black-haired people that probably come from India and spread throughout Europe. The use of the Spanish word gitano to refer to Romani in Spain evolved from egiptano in the same way that the English word gypsy evolved from the term Egyptian to refer to Romani. Both terms are due to some Romani, upon their first arrival in Europe in the 14th and 15th centuries, claiming to be Egyptians for more favorable treatment by local Europeans, or being mistaken as Egyptians by local Europeans. While it is now believed that Romani are ultimately of northwestern Hindustani origin (an area today shared between India and Pakistan), many did enter Europe via a generations-long migration which included Egypt as one of their last stops before their arrival into Europe

Huellas - Footprint

Inspiración - Inspiration

Llamada - The opening of a flamenco phrase. From the Spanish verb llamar (to call)

Matrix - From the Latin word for "mother," a matrix is a surface on which the image to be printed is prepared

Nada - Nothing

Palo - The name given in flamenco for the different traditional musical forms (formerly known as cantes)

Paso - A flamenco step

Peso - Weight

Primera - First

Principio - Beginning

Pues - Well, thus

Puro - Pure

Remate - In flamenco dance, a step used to conclude or accentuate a series of movements (from the Spanish verb rematar, meaning to end, or to conclude)

Ritmo - Rhythm

Siguiriyas - A form of flamenco music belonging to the cante jondo (literally deep song, the deepest, most serious vocal style of Andalusian folk music) category 

Sin - Without

Sinvergüenza - Literally: without shame, shameless. In Spanish the connotation is closer to: bold, cheeky, naughty, brazen, unabashed.

Soleá - One of the most basic forms (or palos) of flamenco music, probably originating in southern Spain (Andalusia) 

Tablao - A colloquial term for the Spanish tablado (floorboard), a place where flamenco shows are performed in a traditional bodega-type setting 

Taranto - One of two related styles of flamenco music (along with Tarantas), that originated in the Andalusian province of Almería 

Torero - Bullfighter

Yjastros - The American Flamenco Repertory Company (a play on the Spanish word for stepchildren, hijastros