Dance - Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words
Dance[ 1,,G3738, orcheo ]
(cp. Eng., orchestra") probably originally signified "to lift up," as of the feet; hence, "to leap with regularity of motion." It is always used in the Middle Voice, Matthew 11:17; Matthew 14:6; Mark 6:22; Luke 7:32. The performance by the daughter of Herodias is the only clear instance of artistic dancing, a form introduced from Greek customs.