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The term Lombard refers to members of or things related, directly or indirectly, to Lombardy, a region in northern Italy encompassing in the past all of northern Italy.

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  • The current Lombard language, a Romance language spoken in Northern Italy (Lombardy), and in some parts of Switzerland and Brasil
  • The extinct Lombardic language (Longobardic), a Germanic language spoken by the Longobards
  • Lombard effect, a phenomenon in which a speaker or singer involuntarily raises his or her vocal intensity in the presence of high levels of sound



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