Definition of Barbadose
- used by historians and sociological writers meaning the Irish and Scottish men, women and children turned into slaves (indenture servants) as consequences of the British civil war of the 17th century, sent by Oliver Cromwell to the Caribbean Islands, mainly Barbados, to work in the sugar cane plantations. The word is an adjective created from the name Barbados and by generalization, became synonym of all white slaves sent to America, including United States.
The planters of Barbados used to breed the barbadosed Irish women with black male slaves to produce a more valuable bond servant: the mulatto.
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