How to use Longobard in a sentence
Finn also occurs in the pedigree—possibly the Frisian king: Sceaf occurs, possibly, though not certainly, a Longobard king.Beowulf | R. W. Chambers
At all events there are no exceptional laws for the Jews to be met with in the Longobard code.History of the Jews, Vol. III (of 6) | Heinrich Graetz
The Longobard family law has marked peculiarities in regard to succession as well as to marriage.
The Longobard father had the right to sell his sons; he represented them in courts of law; whatever they acquired was his.
Hence it concerns us to study the Longobard family system, that we may see how far and in what way it could thus alter ours.
British Dictionary definitions for Longobard
a rare name for an ancient Lombard
- Longobardian or Longobardic, adjective
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