Definition of agbada in English:

agbada

(also agbádá)

noun

  • A long, wide-sleeved flowing gown, often embroidered, worn by men in parts of West Africa, especially Nigeria.

Origin

Mid 19th century. From Yoruba agbádá a loose garment, perhaps from gbadi to encircle.

Pronunciation:

agbada

/aɡˈbɑːdə/