Definitions for gambadogæmˈbeɪ doʊ; -ˈbeɪd, -ˈbɑd

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gam•ba•dogæmˈbeɪ doʊ(n.)(pl.)-dos, -does.

  1. a large protective boot or gaiter fixed to a saddle instead of a stirrup.

    Category: Dogs, Cats, and Horses

  2. any long gaiter or legging.

    Category: Clothing

Origin of gambado:

1650–60; < It gamb(a) leg +-ado -ade1

gam•ba•dogæmˈbeɪ doʊ; -ˈbeɪd, -ˈbɑd(n.)(pl.)-ba•dos, -ba•does also -bades.

also gam•bade

  1. a spring or leap by a horse.

    Category: Dogs, Cats, and Horses

  2. caper; antic.

Origin of gambado:

1810–20; prob. a pseudo-Sp alter. of F gambade a leap or spring


  1. gambado(Noun)

    Either of a pair of protective leather gaiters on a saddle

  2. gambado(Noun)

    gambade (leaping movement)


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