noun (1)
bac·​ca | \ ˈbakə\
plural baccae\ -​aˌkē, -​aˌkī, -​akˌsē, -​akˌsī \

Definition of bacca

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noun (2)
bac·​ca | \ ˈbakə\
plural -s

Definition of bacca (Entry 2 of 2)


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First Known Use of bacca

Noun (1)

1729, in the meaning defined above

Noun (2)

1824, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for bacca

Noun (1)

Latin baca, bacca

Noun (2)

by shortening & alteration

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