noun plural \ˈba-ˌkē, -ˌkī\

Definition of BACCHAE

:  the female attendants or priestesses of Bacchus
:  the women participating in the Bacchanalia

Origin of BACCHAE

Latin, from Greek Bakchai, from Bakchos Bacchus
First Known Use: 1639

Rhymes with BACCHAE


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