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Spanish word acampanar comes from Ancient Greek καπάνη, Latin Campania, and later Latin Nola (Nola: a town in Campania in Italy.).

Acampanar etymology ?

Acampanar detailed word origin explanation

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
καπάνη Ancient Greek (grc)
Campania Latin (lat) Campania (a fertile region of southern Italy, whose chief city was Capua).
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 Late Latin (LL)
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.
campana Spanish (spa) A bell-shaped (or roughly) object or component (such as the canopy of a parachute). Bell. Extractor hood. Hood (device to suck away smokes and fumes).
acampanar Spanish (spa) (transitive, reflexive) to shape like a bell.