a kind of dance characterized by a lively rhythm marked by clapping the hands, popular among blacks on 19th-cent. Southern plantations
Origin of jubafrom Zulu, literally , to kick about
- river in Africa, flowing from S Ethiopia south through Somalia into the Indian Ocean: c. 1,000 mi (1,609 km)also sp. Jub′ba
- capital of South Sudan, on the White Nile
A group dance, probably of West African origin, characterized by complex rhythmic clapping and body movements and practiced on plantations in the southern United States during the 1700s and 1800s.
Origin of jubaOrigin unknown
The capital of South Sudan, in the southern part of the country on the White Nile River.
Latin, a mane.
- The capital city of South Sudan.