a man's loosefitting, usually white shirt customarily worn hanging free outside the trousers: it is especially popular in Latin America
Origin of guayaberaAmerican Spanish
A light, collared, usually short-sleeved shirt having buttons and pleats down the front and often large pockets, and typically worn outside the pants.
Origin of guayaberaAmerican Spanish perhaps from Spanish guayaba guava ( from the fact that the pockets are suitable for holding guavas ); see guava . or alteration of (camisa) yayabera (shirt) in the Yayabo River style ( after the Yayabo River in central Cuba )
- A light, open-necked shirt worn by men in Latin America and the West Indies.
From Spanish guayabera.