Definition of Antigua and Barbuda in English:

Antigua and Barbuda

proper noun

  • A country in the western West Indies, in the Leeward Islands, that consists of two main islands (Antigua and Barbuda) and Redonda, a smaller island to the southwest of Antigua; population 85,600 (est. 2009); capital, St. John's (on Antigua); languages, English (official), Creole.

Pronunciation:

Antigua and Barbuda

/anˌtēɡwə ən bärˈbo͞odə/