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Dionysiac

adjective Di·o·ny·si·ac \-ˈni-zhē-ˌak, -ˈnē-, -shē-, -zē-, -sē-\

Definition of DIONYSIAC

:  dionysian 2
Dionysiac noun

Origin of DIONYSIAC

Latin dionysiacus, from Greek dionysiakos, from Dionysos
First Known Use: 1844

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