galanty show[gə lan′tē]
galanty show definition by Webster's New World
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a pantomime made by throwing the shadows of puppet figures on a screen or wall
Origin: earlier also galanté, probably ; from Italian galante, gallant: from the stories portrayed
galanty show definition by American Heritage Dictionary
A shadow play performed by casting the shadows of miniature figures on a screen or wall.
Origin: Perhaps from Italian galanti, pl. of galante, a gallant, from Old French galant; see gallant.