Viminal


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Vim·i·nal

 (vĭm′ə-nəl)
One of the seven hills of ancient Rome. The baths of Diocletian were built at the foot of the hill.

Vim′i·nal adj.
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Viminal

(ˈvɪmɪnəl)
n
(Placename) one of the seven hills on which ancient Rome was built
[from Latin Vīminālis Collis the Viminal Hill, from vīminālis of osiers, from vīmen an osier, referring to the willow grove on the hill]
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Vim•i•nal

(ˈvɪm ə nl)

n.
one of the seven hills on which ancient Rome was built.
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Christopher Hibbert takes a more traditional stance, asserting: "The seven hills of Rome are usually taken to be the Palatine, the Esquiline, the Viminal, the Quirinal, the Capitol, the Caelian and the Aventine.