Langòbardi
Langòbardi m mn 〈N Langòbard〉 pov. etn. {{c=0}}germansko pleme s donje Labe, seleći se prema J osnovali u S Italiji svoju državu (6. st.), {{/c}}{{c=1}}usp. {{ref}}Lombardija{{/ref}}{{/c}}

Veliki rječnik hrvatskoga jezika. 2013.

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