1. an extinct Italic language of ancient southern Italy
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How To Use Umbrian In A Sentence

  • The cognomen Maro is in origin a magistrate's title used by Etruscans and Umbrians, but cognomina were a recent fashion in the first century B.C. and were selected by parents of the middle classes largely by accident. Vergil
  • They are being sold by Manorial Auctioneers of London on behalf of Lord Hothfield, a Cumbrian-based baron whose lineage stretches back to the middle ages.
  • Presumably a similar border dispute lay behind Aethelbald's attack on Northumbrian territory in 740.
  • The Northumbrian water supply failed during Christmas 1995 when the main pipes froze.
  • Northumbrian expansion westwards led Mercia to make common cause with the Welsh.
  • Taking notice of the similarities between the bordures of the stained glass window, those in Assisi and in the Duomo of Orvieto, further analogies in the choice of the colors and in the draping, she carries on the thesis that the work was realized by an Umbrian Master glazier.
  • In another film, The Soul of the Lakes, he journeys between two Cumbrian record shops, looking for soul music. Artist of the week 107: David Blandy
  • Simon Rogan offers visitors to his Michelin-starred Cumbrian outpost L'Enclume a traditional pond pudding, complete with nettles, dock, bistort, dandelion and a dried nettle crust. The Independent - Frontpage RSS Feed
  • The Romans, with seven cases, began their expansionist career by defeating speakers of other Italic languages, such as Faliscan, Oscan, and Umbrian, all of which had the same or fewer cases.
  • So thinks Detective Inspector Thomas Lynley, the New Scotland Yard man looking into a wealthy Cumbrian family's private deeds and secrets in the latest Lynley chronicle from Elizabeth George. In Brief: Mysteries
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