Capitoline

adjective Cap·i·to·line \ ˈka-pə-tə-ˌlīn , British usually kə-ˈpi-tə-ˌlīn \

Definition of Capitoline

: of or relating to the smallest of the seven hills of ancient Rome, the temple on it, or the gods worshipped there

Origin and Etymology of capitoline

Latin capitolinus, from Capitolium


Capitoline

geographical name Cap·i·to·line \ ˈka-pə-tə-ˌlīn , British often kə-ˈpi-tə- \

Definition of Capitoline

hill in Rome, Italy, one of seven on which the ancient city was built — see aventine

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