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gam·ba·do 1

 (găm-bā′dō)
n. pl. gam·ba·does or gam·ba·dos
1. A low leap of a horse in which all four feet leave the ground.
2. A leaping or gamboling movement.

[Alteration (influenced by gambado) of French gambade, from Italian gambata, from Old Italian; see gambol.]

gam·ba·do 2

 (găm-bā′dō)
n. pl. gam·ba·does or gam·ba·dos
1. Either of a pair of protective leather gaiters attached to a saddle.
2. A rider's legging.

[From Italian gamba, leg, from Old Italian; see gambol.]

gambado

(ɡæmˈbeɪdəʊ)
n, pl -dos or -does
1. (Horse Training, Riding & Manège) either of two leather holders for the feet attached to a horse's saddle-like stirrups
2. (Clothing & Fashion) either of a pair of leggings
[C17: from Italian gamba leg, from Late Latin: leg, hoof; see jamb]

gambado

(ɡæmˈbeɪdəʊ) or

gambade

n, pl -bados, -badoes or -bades
1. (Horse Training, Riding & Manège) dressage another word for curvet
2. a leap or gambol; caper
[C19: from French gambade spring (of a horse), ultimately from Spanish or Italian gamba leg]

gam•ba•do1

(gæmˈbeɪ doʊ)

n., pl. -dos, -does.
1. a large protective boot or gaiter fixed to a saddle instead of a stirrup.
2. any long gaiter or legging.
[1650–60; < Italian gamb(a) leg + -ado -ade1]

gam•ba•do2

(gæmˈbeɪ doʊ)

also gam•bade

(-ˈbeɪd, -ˈbɑd)

n., pl. -ba•dos, -ba•does also -bades.
1. a spring or leap by a horse.
2. caper; antic.
[1810–20; probably a pseudo-Sp alter. of French gambade a leap or spring]
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Wait, Sancho, and I will do them in the saying of a credo," and pulling off his breeches in all haste he stripped himself to his skin and his shirt, and then, without more ado, he cut a couple of gambados in the air, and a couple of somersaults, heels over head, making such a display that, not to see it a second time, Sancho wheeled Rocinante round, and felt easy, and satisfied in his mind that he could swear he had left his master mad; and so we will leave him to follow his road until his return, which was a quick one.
3 Taking Bobby and three of his mates to Gambado play centre in Chelsea.
El erotismo como transgresion: Lo impenetrable de Griselda Gambado.
MAYO 4 y 5 -- El grupo Gente de Teatro realizara la puesta en escena de "Penas sin importancia", de Griselda Gambado.
Griselda Gambado rechaza el "parametro del absurdo," que ciertos criticos aplican al analizar sus obras.
7) Other forms related to Celtic cambo- |curved, crooked' include Italian gamba and French jambe |leg' the |bent limb'), derived from a late Latin form (of Celtic origin) also giving Modem English gambit and in the Spanish of the West Indies) gambado |knock-kneed'.
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