Etymology
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campanile (n.)

"bell-tower," especially a detached high building erected for containing bells, 1630s, from Italian, from campana "bell," from Late Latin campana, originally "metal vessel made in Campania," region of southern Italy, including the Neapolitan plain, from Latin Campania, literally "level country" (see campaign (n.)).

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Definitions of campanile

campanile (n.)
a bell tower; usually stands alone unattached to a building;
Synonyms: belfry
From wordnet.princeton.edu