Definition of Lombardic. Meaning of Lombardic. Synonyms of Lombardic

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Definition of Lombardic

Lombardic
Lombardic Lom*bar"dic, a. Of or pertaining to Lombardy of the Lombards. Lombardic alphabet, the ancient alphabet derived from the Roman, and employed in the manuscript of Italy. Lombardic architecture, the debased Roman style of architecture as found in parts of Northern Italy. --F. G. Lee. Lombardy poplar. (Bot.) See Poplar.

Meaning of Lombardic from wikipedia

- Pforzen, Ostallgäu (Schwaben). A number of Latin texts include Lombardic names, and Lombardic legal texts contain terms taken from the legal vocabulary of...
- Lombardic or Langobardic is an extinct West Germanic language that was spoken by the Lombards (Langobardi), the Germanic people who settled in Italy in...
- Italy Lombard rhythm, a musical rhythm, especially used in Baroque music Lombardic capitals, a style of decorative upper-case letter found in medieval m****cripts...
- Lombardic capitals is the name given to a type of decorative upper-case letters used in inscriptions and, typically, at the start of a section of text...
- Empire. Lombardic had acted as a linguistic superstratum over Lombard, since the Longobards did not impose their language on the po****tion. Lombardic left...
- Upper German (German: Oberdeutsch (help·info)) is a family of High German languages spoken primarily in the southern German-speaking area (Sprachraum)...
- The Lombard rhythm or Scotch snap is a syncopated musical rhythm in which a short, accented note is followed by a longer one. This reverses the pattern...
- Rotunda ****a Humanist Gr**** Early Cyrillic Glagolitic Court hand Lombardic Modern Cursive Chancery Johannine Italic Round Secretary Library D'Nealian...
- variant forms of the name Odin such as the Lombardic Godan may point in the direction that the Lombardic form actually comes from Proto-Germanic *ǥuđánaz...
- variants, but two most widespread ones were the Neapolitan mandolin and the Lombardic mandolin. The Neapolitan style has spread worldwide. Mandolins have a...
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