|Meaning||Flirtation of a Rooster|
|Dance Culture||Lowland Community|
|Place of Origin||Rapu-Rapu Albay|
|Background / Content|
To the Tagalog , Sinakiki connotes an unpleasant thought but to the waray it means flirting of a love-struck rooster with his ladylove. This dance comes from the small island of Rapu-rapu, whose fiestas are fun and food layden that neighboring Samar comes by boatloads.
After partaking of the feast, dancing commences, Sinakiki being their favorite and since then it has been part of the Rapu-rapu’s dance repertoire.