Lombardic alphabet
Lombardic Lom*bar"dic, a. Of or pertaining to Lombardy of the Lombards. [1913 Webster]

{Lombardic alphabet}, the ancient alphabet derived from the Roman, and employed in the manuscript of Italy.

{Lombardic architecture}, the debased Roman style of architecture as found in parts of Northern Italy. --F. G. Lee.

{Lombardy poplar}. (Bot.) See {Poplar}. [1913 Webster]


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