Definition of Capitolium in English:

Capitolium

noun

  • Originally: = "Capitol". Later also (frequently with lower-case initial): any of a number of temples dedicated to the Capitoline triad, built on hills or other prominent areas in many cities in Italy and the Roman Empire.

Origin

Old English; earliest use found in Orosius' History. From classical Latin Capitōlium Capitol.

Pronunciation

Capitolium

/ˌkapɪˈtəʊlɪəm/