Definitions for LOMBARDˈlɒm bɑrd, -bərd, ˈlʌm-
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a member of a Germanic people who invaded northern Italy in the 6th century
A member of a Germanic people who invaded Italy in the 6th century; a Langobard.
A native or inhabitant of Lombardy.
A banker or moneylender.
A romance language spoken in northern Italy and southern Switzerland, see Wikipedia:Lombard language.
of or pertaining to Lombardy, or the inhabitants of Lombardy
a native or inhabitant of Lombardy
a money lender or banker; -- so called because the business of banking was first carried on in London by Lombards
same as Lombard-house
a form of cannon formerly in use
Origin: [F. lombard, fr. 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 cf. Lumber.]
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
lom′bard, n. an inhabitant of Lombardy in Italy: one of the Lombards or Langobardi, a Germanic tribe, which founded a kingdom in Lombardy (568), overthrown by Charlemagne (774): (obs.) a banker or money-lender, so called from the number of Lombard bankers in London.—adjs. Lom′bard, Lombar′dic.—Lombard architecture, the style used by the Lombards, derived from the base Roman style they found in the country, superseded by the Pointed Style imported from France (13th century); Lombard Street, the chief centre of the banking interest in London. [O. Fr.,—L. Langobardus, from Old Teut. lang, long, bart, beard.]
The numerical value of LOMBARD in Chaldean Numerology is: 5
The numerical value of LOMBARD in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2
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