Usually hyphenated. Characterized by, featuring, or associated with sexually provocative or erotic dancing. Compare "bump", "grind", bump and grind .
The action or an act of sexually provocative or erotic dancing.
1930s; earliest use found in The Ogden Standard-Examiner. From bump + and + grind.
1To move with a repeated circling motion of the hips; especially to dance in a sexually provocative or erotic way by thrusting the pelvis and gyrating the hips and buttocks against a dance partner.
To move or play in an aggressively physical manner.