The furlana is an Italian folk dance from the Italian region of Friuli Venezia Giulia. In Friulian, furlane means Friulian, in this case Friulian Dance. In Friuli there has been a Slav minority since the Slavic settlement of the Eastern Alps, and the furlana may well have originated as a Slavonic dance. It dates at least to 1583, when a "ballo furlano" called L'arboscello was published in Pierre Phalèse the Younger’s Chorearum molliorum collectanea and in Jakob Paix’s organ tablature book, though its chief popularity extended from the late 1690s to about 1750. It is particularly associated with Venice because, at the time of its popularity, Friuli was a part of the Republic of Venice. The furlana is a fast dance, in duple-time 6/8, though one exceptional example proves to be in quintuple meter, underlining the Slavonic associations also suggested by its title, Polesana, which in Italian can mean "a woman from Pola", or may be from the Croatian word "polesa", meaning "rural", or "from the back woods". Originally the furlana was a courtship dance, performed by a couple. It was introduced to France by André Campra in 1697 and 1699, and it quickly became a popular theatre and social dance there.
The numerical value of furlana in Chaldean Numerology is: 8
The numerical value of furlana in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1