Lombard

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noun Lom·bard \ˈläm-ˌbärd, -bərd\

Definition of Lombard

  1. 1a :  a member of a Germanic people that invaded Italy in a.d. 568 and established a kingdom in the Po valleyb :  a native or inhabitant of Lombardy

  2. 2 [from the prominence of Lombards as moneylenders] :  banker, moneylender

Lombardian

play \läm-ˈbär-dē-ən\ adjective

Lombardic

play \läm-ˈbär-dik\ adjective

Origin and Etymology of lombard

Middle English Lumbarde, from Anglo-French lombart, from Old Italian lombardo, from Latin Langobardus


First Known Use: 14th century


Lombard

biographical name Lom·bard

Definition of Lombard

  1. Peter — see peter lombard


Lombard

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geographical name Lom·bard \ˈläm-ˌbärd\

Definition of Lombard

  1. village in northeastern Illinois west of Chicago population 43,165


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