Bećarac is a humorous form of folk song, originally from rural Slavonia, Croatia and eventually spreading across Serbia and into southern Hungary. The root of the word comes from bećar (Turkish: bekâr), meaning "bachelor", "reveler" or "carouser". Bećarci are always teasing, mocking and/or lascivious, and are usually sung by a male company at village parties.

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  • Bećarac is a humorous form of folk song, originally from rural Slavonia, Croatia and eventually spreading across Serbia and into southern Hungary. The root of the word comes from bećar (Turkish: bekâr), meaning "bachelor", "reveler" or "carouser". Bećarci are always teasing, mocking and/or lascivious, and are usually sung by a male company at village parties. (en)
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  • Bećarac is a humorous form of folk song, originally from rural Slavonia, Croatia and eventually spreading across Serbia and into southern Hungary. The root of the word comes from bećar (Turkish: bekâr), meaning "bachelor", "reveler" or "carouser". Bećarci are always teasing, mocking and/or lascivious, and are usually sung by a male company at village parties. (en)
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