rumba
also rhumba noun Etymology: American Spanish Date: 1916 a ballroom dance of Cuban origin in 2/4 or 4/4 time with a basic pattern of step-close-step and marked by a delayed transfer of weight and pronounced hip movements; also the music for this dance

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