Cimbri

plural noun
Cim·​bri | \ ˈsimˌbrī, ˈkim(ˌ)brē\

Definition of Cimbri

: a probably Celtic or Teutonic people that invaded Italy and were destroyed by the Romans in 101 b.c.

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Other Words from Cimbri

Cimbrian \ -​brēən \ adjective or noun
Cimbric \ -​brik \ adjective

History and Etymology for Cimbri

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