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- n. A traditional Zulu dance from South Africa in which the dancer lifts one foot over his head and brings it down hard, landing squarely on the downbeat.
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Zulu dancers sang and performed indlamu, a dance where the performer raises his foot high up in the air and brings it down with a loud stomp on the ground.
Zuma had in fact been performing a traditional indlamu dance, said The Times.
"Traditionally, an indlamu dancer makes a series of warrior gestures and stomps the ground before dramatically falling onto his buttocks."