Latin word campana comes from Latin Campania, Ancient Greek καπάνη, and later Latin Nola (Nola: a town in Campania in Italy.).
Campana detailed word origin explanation
|Campania || Latin (lat) ||Campania (a fertile region of southern Italy, whose chief city was Capua). |
|καπάνη || Ancient Greek (grc) || |
|Nola || English (eng) ||A city in Campania in Italy.. Its bishopric. (New Orleans, Louisiana). A female given name.. |
|Nola || Latin (lat) ||Nola: a town in Campania in Italy. |
|Campanus || Latin (lat) ||Of or belonging to Campania (a region), Campanian. |
|campana || Latin (lat) ||(Late Latin, Medieval Latin) a large bell used in late classical or medieval church towers or steeples.. (Late Latin, Medieval Latin) a tower for such a bell, a campanile, belfry. |