- either of a pair of large protective boots or gaiters fixed to a saddle instead of stirrups.
- any long gaiter or legging.
Origin of gambado1
- a spring or leap by a horse.
- a caper or antic.
Origin of gambado2
Examples from the Web for gambado
Historical Examples of gambado
Now this angel might be a daughter of Doctor Gambado's, or she might be his scullery-maid.
And Doctor Gambado and his friend John returned to town satisfied.
Doctor Gambado, however, found that Fame did not desert him nor his practice.
Doctor Gambado declared they had only just stept out of the carriage.
But Doctor Gambado insisted upon it, that he must ride on horseback.
- either of two leather holders for the feet attached to a horse's saddle-like stirrups
- either of a pair of leggings
Word Origin for gambado
gambade (ɡæmˈbeɪd, -ˈbɑːd)
- dressage another word for curvet
- a leap or gambol; caper