Cimbri [sim′brī΄, sim′brē΄]
[L < Gmc (or ? Celt)]
the members of a Germanic people, believed to be from Jutland, that invaded N Italy and were defeated by the Romans (101 B.C. )
Cimbrian [sim′brē ən]
Cimbric [sim′brik]

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  • CIMBRI —    a barbarian horde who, with the Teutons, invaded Gaul in the 2nd century B.C.; gave the Romans no small trouble, and were all but exterminated by Marius in 101 B.C.; believed to have been a Celtic race, who descended on Southern Europe from… …   The Nuttall Encyclopaedia

  • cimbri — cim·bri …   English syllables

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