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Lodi

[law-dee for 1; loh-dahy for 2, 3] /ˈlɔ di for 1; ˈloʊ daɪ for 2, 3/
noun
1.
a town in N Italy, SE of Milan: Napoleon's defeat of the Austrians 1796.
2.
a city in central California, near Sacramento.
3.
a city in NE New Jersey.
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  • We fought at Fombio; we fought on the bridge of Lodi; we marched into Milan.

  • At last, with a half-sigh, Fabrizio da Lodi turned once more to Aquila.

    Love-at-Arms Raphael Sabatini
  • For me, and for Lodi if he was not taken, there may be safety in flight.

    Love-at-Arms Raphael Sabatini
  • Fabrizio da Lodi, standing behind the Duke, went pale to the lips.

    Love-at-Arms Raphael Sabatini
  • The people of Lodi prayed his protection against the tyrannies of Milan.

  • The victory of Lodi had a great influence on Napoleon's mind.

  • Asti, Lodi, and Ravenna also threw in their lot with the Patarines.

    Freaks of Fanaticism Sabine Baring-Gould
British Dictionary definitions for Lodi

Lodi

/Italian ˈlɔːdi/
noun
1.
a town in N Italy, in Lombardy: scene of Napoleon's defeat of the Austrians in 1796. Pop: 40 805 (2001)
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