- (British) IPA: /ˈhɪl.ək/
hillock (plural hillocks)
- A small hill.
- 1895 October 1, Stephen Crane, chapter 11, in The Red Badge of Courage, 1st US edition, New York: D. Appleton and Company, [https://en.wikisource.org/wiki/Red_Badge_of_Courage_(1895)/Chapter_11#107 page 107]:
- As he rounded a hillock, he perceived that the roadway was now a crying mass of wagons, teams, and men.
- 2014, Ian Jack, "Is this the end of Britishness ↗", The Guardian, 16 September 2014:
- Just upstream of Dryburgh Abbey, a reproduction of a classical Greek temple stands at the top of a wooded hillock on the river’s north bank.
- French: monticule, tertre, mondrain, mamelon
- Italian: collinetta, monticello
- Portuguese: colina
- Russian: высо́тка
- Spanish: cerrito, collado, colina, colineta, altozano, alcor