[lom-ber-dee, luhm-] /ˈlɒm bər di, ˈlʌm-/
a region and former kingdom in N Italy. 9190 sq. mi. (23,800 sq. km).
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 becoming part of Italy in 1859; intensively cultivated and in parts highly industrialized. Pop: 9 108 645 (2003 est). Area: 23 804 sq km (9284 sq miles) Italian name Lombardia (ˌlombarˈdiːa)
noun 1. a poplar, Populus nigra italica, having a columnar manner of growth, with branches erect and parallel. noun 1. an Italian poplar tree, Populus nigra italica, with upwardly pointing branches giving it a columnar shape
[lom-bok] /lɒmˈbɒk/ noun 1. an island in Indonesia, E of Bali. 1826 sq. mi. (4729 sq. km). /ˈlɒmbɒk/ noun 1. an island of Indonesia, in the Lesser Sunda Islands (Nusa Tenggara) east of Java: came under Dutch rule in 1894; important biologically as being transitional between Asian and Australian in flora and fauna, the line […]
/lɒmˈbrəʊzɪən/ adjective 1. of or relating to the doctrine propounded by the Italian criminologist Cesare Lombroso (1836–1909) that criminals are a product of hereditary and atavistic factors and can be classified as a definite abnormal type
[lom-broh-zee-uh n, -zhuh n] /lɒmˈbroʊ zi ən, -ʒən/ noun 1. a school of criminology, promulgating the theories and employing the methods developed by .