gambado


1gam·ba·do

noun \gam-ˈbā-(ˌ)dō\
plural gam·ba·does also gam·ba·dos

Definition of GAMBADO

:  a horseman's legging

Origin of GAMBADO

perhaps modification of Italian gambale, from gamba leg
First Known Use: circa 1656

2gambado

noun
plural gambadoes also gambados

Definition of GAMBADO

1
:  a spring of a horse
2
:  caper, gambol

Origin of GAMBADO

modification of French gambade — more at gambol
First Known Use: 1820

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