from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A Brazilian ballroom dance in which the partners press against each other tightly and gyrate sensually.
- n. Music for performing this dance.
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- n. A fast-paced, erotic Brazilian dance in which couples dance with their stomachs touching.
- n. The music to which it is danced.
- n. A strong hit, the act of hitting someone/something with a piece of wood or club.
And we thought the lambada was the forbidden dance.
I'd like to see him dance the lambada with Barbra Streisand, Jane Fonda, or Arianna Huffington.
Best Shout-Out: Tom Bergeron drops by Tosh.0 to call Tosh's "sexy" lambada with Judson Laipply of the "Evolution of Dance" viral video during a Dancing with the Internet Stars segment.
You're five minutes from being the lambada of criminals.
Cultural barbarians were clamoring at the gate, eager to corrupt a venerable institution that gave the world Ingmar Bergman, Jean-Luc Godard, and Citizen Kane—and, to be fair, two competing films about the lambada that famously pitted Golan against Globus.
It looks more like the Thompson Twins teaching lambada at a retirement home in the late 80s.
May 4, 2009 slap-chop, the lambada and nkotb excluded
A politician with no particular passion for leadership (the Sanford revision of conservative ideology: the governor who governs least has more time to be the star of his own "tragic," "forbidden," presumably lambada-laced love story), he now seems to be attempting, awkwardly, to evolve into the shirtless telenovela Casanova he always imagined himself to be.
After all, he was young and had nothing to hide, shouldn't he celebrate by wrapping his manhood in something that made my libido lambada?
A colorful mix of hard news, scandal, sports and comics, the first issue of the weekly has stories about a scheme to sell Soviet tnaks abroad for condoms and pantyhose, the AIDS epidemic in the U.S.S.R., (the lambada and X-rated video clubs) and the first U.S. soccer player to sign with a Soviet team.