[law-dee for 1; loh-dahy for 2, 3]
- a town in N Italy, SE of Milan: Napoleon's defeat of the Austrians 1796.
- a city in central California, near Sacramento.
- a city in NE New Jersey.
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Examples from the Web for lodi
They were reading the Lodi News-Sentinel and the Indianapolis Star and the Milwaukee Journal.The Real Legacy of Richard Nixon
August 5, 2014
But the “head-trained” (as opposed to snaked into a wire trellis) vines in Lodi, Calif., are anywhere from 40 to 100 years old.An Idiot’s Guide to New Year’s Wine
December 28, 2012
We can only wonder how far the Lodi plot would have advanced had law enforcement acquiesced.America’s Homegrown Terrorists
May 22, 2009
We fought at Fombio; we fought on the bridge of Lodi; we marched into Milan.The Boy Life of Napoleon
At last, with a half-sigh, Fabrizio da Lodi turned once more to Aquila.
For me, and for Lodi if he was not taken, there may be safety in flight.
Fabrizio da Lodi, standing behind the Duke, went pale to the lips.
The people of Lodi prayed his protection against the tyrannies of Milan.On the Old Road, Vol. 2 (of 2)
- 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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