Definition of Antigua and Barbuda in English:

Antigua and Barbuda

proper noun

  • A country consisting of three islands (Antigua, Barbuda, and Redonda) in the Leeward Islands in the Eastern Caribbean; population 85,600 (est. 2009); languages, English (official), Creole; capital, St John's (on Antigua). Discovered in 1493 by Columbus and settled by the English in 1632, Antigua became a British colony with Barbuda as its dependency; the islands gained independence within the Commonwealth in 1981.


Antigua and Barbuda

/anˌtiːɡə ən bɑːˈbuːdə/