noun Etymology: Latin Langobardus Date: 1788 Lombard 1a • Langobardic adjective

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  • Langobard — [laŋ′gō bärd΄] n. LOMBARD (n. 2) …   English World dictionary

  • Langobard — /lang geuh bahrd /, n. Lombard (def. 2). [ < L Langobardi (pl.), Latinized form of Germanic tribal name; c. OE Longbeardan] * * * …   Universalium

  • Langobard — noun A Lombard (member of a Germanic people who invaded Italy in the 6th century) …   Wiktionary

  • langobard — lan·go·bard …   English syllables

  • Langobard — Lan•go•bard [[t]ˈlæŋ gəˌbɑrd[/t]] n. peo anh Lombard • Etymology: < L Langobardī (pl.), Latinized form of Germanic tribal name; c. OE Longbeardan …   From formal English to slang

  • Langobard — /ˈlæŋgəbad/ (say langguhbahd) noun a member of an ancient Germanic people who finally settled in northern Italy. {Late Latin Langobardī, plural, of Germanic origin} –Langobardic, adjective …   Australian English dictionary

  • langobard — lan|go|bard (el. longobard) sb., en, er, erne (HISTORISK medlem af et germansk folkeslag) …   Dansk ordbog

  • Langobard — noun a member of a Germanic people who invaded northern Italy in the 6th century • Syn: ↑Lombard • Hypernyms: ↑European …   Useful english dictionary

  • Euin — (died 595) was the first Lombard Duke of Trent (from 569) during the Rule of the Dukes, an interregnum (575 ndash;585) during which the Kingdom of Italy was ruled by its regional magnates, the dukes of the thirty or so cities. Euin participated… …   Wikipedia

  • ГРИГОРИЙ I ВЕЛИКИЙ — [Двоеслов; лат. Gregorius Magnus] (ок. 540, Рим 12.03.604, там же), свт. (пам. 12 марта; в совр. католич. Церкви 3 сент. день интронизации), папа Римский (3 сент. 590 12 марта 604), отец и учитель Церкви. Жизнь Источниками жизнеописания Г. В.… …   Православная энциклопедия

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