campana

noun, often attributive
cam·pa·na | \ kamˈpanə , -ˈä- , -ˈā- \
plural -s

Definition of campana 

: bell, gutta usually used of shape in decoration

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History and Etymology for campana

Late Latin, bell, from Latin, feminine of campanus Campanian, from Campania, the level country about Naples; from the use of Campanian metal in making bells

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