Lombard

• (n.) A native or inhabitant of Lombardy. • (n.) A form of cannon formerly in use. • (n.) A money lender or banker; -- so called because the business of banking was first carried on in London by Lombards. • (a.) Of or pertaining to Lombardy, or the inhabitants of Lombardy. • (n.) Same as Lombard-house.Lombard: words in the...
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Lombard

Langobard noun a member of a Germanic people who invaded northern Italy in the 6th century
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Lombard

[gun] A lombard, also known as a lonbarda, wallbreaker, or quebrantamuro, was a smoothbore cannon used in the early Renaissance in Spain and Italy. This cannon was also used as an alarm to alert Christopher Columbus on the first of his voyages that land - what is now known as the Bahamas - had been sighted. ...
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Lombard

[Metra station] Lombard station is located above ground level and consists of two side platforms. Three tracks run between the platforms, though one does not access the station. There is a station house next to the inbound (north) track, which is open from 5:00 A.M. to 1:00 P.M. Tickets are available at the station house on weekdays. Eight ...
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Lombard

Lom'bard adjective Of or pertaining to Lombardy, or the inhabitants of Lombardy.
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Lombard

Lom'bard noun [ French lombard , from the Longobardi or Langobardi , i. e., Longbeards, a people of Northern Germany, west of the Elbe, and afterward in Northern Italy. See Long , and Beard , and confer Lumber .] 1. A native or inhabitant of Lombardy....
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lombard

Italian, i.e. from Lombardy
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Lombard

Lombard is British slang for a wealthy but stupid or unpleasant person.
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Lombard

Lombard, village (1990 pop. 39,408), Du Page co., NE Ill., a residential suburb of Chicago; inc. 1869. Plastics are produced. The village is known for its lilacs.
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LOMBARD

Lots Of Money But A Right Dick
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Lombard

member of a Germanic people who from 568 to 774 ruled a kingdom in Italy.[28 related articles]
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Lombard

Member of a Germanic people who invaded Italy in 568 and occupied Lombardy (named after them) and central Italy. Their capital was Monza. They were conquered by the Frankish...
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Lombard

Member of a Germanic people who invaded Italy in 568 and occupied Lombardy (named after them) and central Italy. Their capital was Monza. They were conquered by the Frankish ruler Charlemagne in 774
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Lombard

Type: Term Pronunciation: lom′bard Definitions: 1. Etienne, French physician, 1868-1920. See: Lombard voice-reflex test
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Lombard

village, DuPage county, northeastern Illinois, U.S. A suburb of Chicago, it lies 20 miles (30 km) west of downtown. Founded in 1833 and originally ...
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Lombard

[n] - a member of a Germanic people who invaded northern Italy in the 6th century
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