It's ABC time and I need your best G and H words!
Last week's winner:
The lovely hand crafted Hamsa earrings made by AJ Reardon of ErtheFae Designs go to Jenn Johnson.
Thank you AJ for the earrings and thank you Jenn for playing!
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This week's letters: G & H
How to play:
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1. In the comment section below, give as many bellydance terms, phrases, concepts, names ideas that begin with the letters: G & H
That's it! Let's get to it, I'll go first:
G is for:
Glute squeezes -- muscle contraction and release, a key element of the format made famous by world famous bellydancer Suhaila Salimpour
Ghawazi -- a group of female dancers of the Nawari people of Egypt, many of the. In the Ghawazi dance you will find many of the fundamental movement used in Raks Sharki.
H is for:
Hamsa -- a hand shaped amulet. It is thought to protect against the 'evil eye' and is popular motif in bothe Jewish and Middle Eastern jewelry.
Hakim -- an incredibly popular Egyptian singer. The first person from an Arab country to perform at a Nobel Peace Prize event. The name Hakim means wise or ruler.
Thank you so much for playing!
Looking forward to your G's and H's.