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Langobardic

[ lang-guh-bahr-dik ]
/ ˌlæŋ gəˈbɑr dɪk /
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adjective
noun
a West Germanic language, the language of the ancient Lombards.
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Origin of Langobardic

First recorded in 1715–25; Langobard + -ic
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How to use Langobardic in a sentence

  • In the Langobardic story we find him represented as the giver of victory.

    The Heroic Age|H. Munro Chadwick

British Dictionary definitions for Langobardic

Langobardic
/ (ˌlæŋɡəˈbɑːdɪk) /

noun
the language of the ancient Lombards: a dialect of Old High German
adjective
of or relating to the Lombards or their language
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