PRONUNCIATION: (kam-puh-NEE-lee, -neel)

MEANING noun: A bell tower, especially one detached from a main building such as a church.

ETYMOLOGY: From Italian campana (bell), from Latin campana (bell). From the Campania region in Italy, known for the bronze that was used to cast bells. Earliest documented use: 1640.

CAMPANILLE - Brooklyn Dodgers' catcher Roy's grandfathers name before he left Italy

CAMPARI, LE - French version of an Italian liqueur

CAMP NILE - base from which deLesseps built the Suez Canal