1. A foot positioning where the feet are crossed at the ankle. This is part of the A basic pattern that transfers the couple one step away from the edge, forward into follower’s cross, and return into the edge. Passes through all the weight–feet combinations and useful as a framework to “hang” other movements off of. for the follower, but is not exclusive to this situation nor is it reserved for only the follower.
2. An Follower’s response to the music that was not led by the leader. Examples include pique, lines, and circles. More for the follower
3. Describes the foot relationship where the leader and follower both have their weight on the left foot (or vice versa). See “cross system”.