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sambas, plural;
  1. Dance the samba

  1. A Brazilian dance of African origin

  2. A piece of music for this dance

  3. A lively modern ballroom dance imitating this dance

  1. dance the samba
  2. obeche: large west African tree having large palmately lobed leaves and axillary cymose panicles of small white flowers and one-winged seeds; yields soft white to pale yellow wood
  3. music composed for dancing the samba
  4. a lively ballroom dance from Brazil
  5. a form of canasta using three decks of cards and six jokers
  6. Samba is a Brazilian dance and musical genre originating in African roots. It is recognized around the world as a symbol of Brazil and the Brazilian Carnival. Considered one of the most popular Brazilian cultural expressions, the samba has become an icon of Brazilian national identity. ...
  7. Samba is an album by the popular Cantopop group, Twins, released in June, 2005.
  8. Samba is a lively, rhythmical dance of Brazilian origin in 2/4 time. However, there are three steps to every bar (slow, quick-quick), making the samba feel something like a 3/4 timed dance.
  9. Samba Financial Group (formerly known as The Saudi American Bank), is a large banking firm in Saudi Arabia. The combined institution had 66 branches in the Kingdom. ...
  10. The term Samba in VW circles refers to a specific model of the Type 2 bus which was manufactured with the highest trim level available. A Samba is a Standard microbus with additions that include trim strips along the beltline and a dash clock. ...
  11. Canasta (Spanish for "basket"; in English) is a card game of the rummy family of games believed to be a variant of 500 Rum. Although many variations exist for 2, 3, 5 or 6 players, it is most commonly played by four in two partnerships with two standard decks of cards. ...
  12. This Brazilian dance was first introduced in 1917 but was finally adopted by Brazilian society in 1930 as a ballroom dance. It is sometimes referred to as a Samba, Carioca, a Baion or a Batucado. The difference is mostly in the tempo played since the steps in all three dance are very similar. ...
  13. Brazil. A dance oriented music that emerged in Rio de Janeiro, São Paolo, and Bahia in the early part of the century. Songs are characterized by simple but highly syncopated melodies in binary meter with the accent on the second beat. (th)
  14. An open-source implementation of the Windows SMB (Server Message Block) networking protocol. Although Samba provides a wide array of capabilities, its most commonly used feature provides Linux systems with the ability to share files and devices seamlessly with networked Windows systems.
  15. A fast paced Latin style of music that is designed to create positive energy. The Samba is very similar to the Bossa Nova; however it is played at much faster tempos. One of the more popular Latin styles.
  16. This style of music is popular in Brazil and forms the basis of the country's carnival celebrations. The basic rhythmic pattern is developed around an avoidance of hitting the first sixteenth note of a beat followed by three successive sixteenth note snare hits. ...
  17. A Open Source based printer and file replacement for Windows NT, 2000 and 2003 server.
  18. A syncopated, addictive dance style which was invented in the late 1800s as part of Brazil's carnaval celebrations. Carnaval sambas were typically performed by large percussion ensembles, and were an expression of Brazil's West African heritage. ...
  19. Brazilian kind of music originated from Africa, in rhythm 2/4 and with a very particular syncopation. It aroused in the early 20th century, although the word “samba” already meant a popular ball a hundred years before that.
  20. a distinctly Brazilian musical style heavily influenced by the African drumming tradition
  21. An African-Brazilian dance with several variations in different parts of Brazil. The best-known are the urban sambas, said to derive from the maxixe and the highly persuasive sambas of the carnival "schools" of Rio. ...
  22. One of Krishna’s favorite sons, the first son of Jambavati.
  23. Nickname for the 23-Window Deluxe Microbus in Europe.
  24. an Afro Brazilian dance in duple meter that is faster and jazzier than the tango or rhumba
  25. A network protocol allowing access to files over a network. It implements many protocols and is commonly used because of it's compatibility with both Windows and Unix.