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Longobard

Longobard

noun Lon·go·bard \ˈlŋ-gə-ˌbärd, ˈläŋ-\
plural Longobards also Lon·go·bar·di \ˌlŋ-gə-ˈbär-ˌdī, ˌläŋ-, -dē\

Definition of LONGOBARD

:  lombard 1a
Lon·go·bar·dic \ˌlŋ-gə-ˈbär-dik, ˌläŋ-\ adjective

Origin of LONGOBARD

Middle English Longobardes, plural, from Latin Langobardi, Longobardi
First Known Use: 14th century

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