New word today…love this one!
verb: gyrate; 3rd person present: gyrates; past tense: gyrated; past participle: gyrated; gerund or present participle: gyrating
move or cause to move rapidly in a circle or spiral.“the dog yelped frenetically, wildly gyrating her tail”
dance in a wild or suggestive manner.“strippers gyrated to rock music on a low stage”
early 19th century: earlier (early 17th century) as gyration, from Latin gyrat- ‘revolved’, from the verb gyrare, from Greek guros ‘a ring’.