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Lan·go·bard

 (lăng′gə-bärd′)
n.

[Latin Langobardus; see Lombard.]

Lan′go·bar′dic adj.

Langobard

(ˈlæŋɡəˌbɑːd)
n
1. (Peoples) a less common name for a Lombard1
2. (Peoples) a less common name for a Lombard1
[C18: from Late Latin Langobardicus Lombard]

Lom•bard

(ˈlɒm bɑrd, -bərd, ˈlʌm-)

n.
1. a native or inhabitant of Lombardy.
2. a member of a Germanic people who occupied N Italy in a.d. 568.
3. a banker or moneylender.
adj.
4. Also, Lom•bar′di•an, Lom•bar′dic. of or pertaining to Lombardy or its inhabitants.

Lom•bard

(ˈlɒm bɑrd, -bərd, ˈlʌm-)

n.
Peter (Petrus Lombardus), c1100–64?, Italian theologian: bishop of Paris 1159–64?.
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Noun1.Langobard - a member of a Germanic people who invaded northern Italy in the 6th centuryLangobard - a member of a Germanic people who invaded northern Italy in the 6th century
European - a native or inhabitant of Europe