Lombardia

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See also: lombardia and Lombardía

Finnish[edit]

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Lombardia

  1. Lombardy (province of Italy)

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Italian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin Langobardia, named after Langobards ("long beards"), a Germanic tribe that invaded the region along with much of northern Apennine Peninsula in 6th century.

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Lombardia f

  1. Lombardy

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Polish[edit]

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Lombardia f

  1. Lombardy (region in Italy)

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Portuguese[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old Portuguese Lombardia, from Medieval Latin Lombardia, from Late Latin Langobardia.

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Lombardia f

  1. Lombardy (a region of Italy)