Origin of Langobard
< Latin Langobardī (plural), Latinized form of Germanic tribal name; cognate with Old English Longbeardan
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Antipathies, indeed, survived, and men even in the 10th century called each other Roman or Langobard as terms of reproach.
The Langobard king Sighart falls in love with the beautiful wife of Nannigo, one of his men.
This heroic measure drove the assailants back, but unjustly secured to the entire Langobard nation the reputation of a bad odor.
We find a curious lack of foresight related of another Langobard queen, Hermilinda, wife of Cunipert.
- a less common name for a Lombard
C18: from Late Latin Langobardicus Lombard
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