1.The Lagumera originated as a club dance in Southern England. The move consisted of slow, enticing movements involving both the arms being in the air or to the side. Occasionally the two arms would meet in a clap above the head before the dancer would lower the hands in time to the music. Most of the movements are fluid and repetitive.
2.Lagumera is used in Norfolk and Suffolk to describe something of Venus like beauty. It can be an object, person or animal. Often golden, glistening, shimmering and summer themed. It's essence is often floral with gold bar undertones. Lagumera evokes the idea of a venus like sea creature basking in the sun in a golden cave-a demi-god.
Guy 1-Hey look at the girl in the sun. Her blonde hair is glistening, she kind of reminds me of a golden goose. I wonder if she flies into the sun at night.
Guy 2-Yeah she's a lagumera. I bet she can do the dance and everything.