[lom-bahr-dee, luhm-] /lɒmˈbɑr di, lʌm-/
Vince(nt Thomas) 1913–70, U.S. football coach.
Vincent Thomas. 1913–70, American football coach, whose team won the first two Superbowls, and after whom the Superbowl trophy is named
[lom-bahrd, -berd, luhm-] /ˈlɒm bɑrd, -bərd, ˈlʌm-/ noun 1. a native or inhabitant of . 2. a member of an ancient Germanic tribe that settled in N Italy. 3. a banker or moneylender. adjective 4. Also, Lombardic. of or relating to the Lombards or Lombardy. /ˈlɒmbəd; -bɑːd; ˈlʌm-/ noun 1. a native or inhabitant of […]
[lom-bahr-doh, luhm-] /lɒmˈbɑr doʊ, lʌm-/ noun 1. Guy (Albert) 1902–77, U.S. bandleader, born in Canada.
noun 1. a street in London, England: a financial center. noun 1. the British financial and banking world
[lom-ber-dee, luhm-] /ˈlɒm bər di, ˈlʌm-/ noun 1. a region and former kingdom in N Italy. 9190 sq. mi. (23,800 sq. km). /ˈlɒmbədɪ; ˈlʌm-/ noun 1. a region of N central Italy, bordering on the Alps: dominated by prosperous lordships and city-states during the Middle Ages; later ruled by Spain and then by Austria before […]