Definitions for bacchantebəˈkæn ti, -ˈkɑn-, bəˈkænt, -ˈkɑnt

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

bac•chan•tebəˈkæn ti, -ˈkɑn-, bəˈkænt, -ˈkɑnt(n.)

  1. a female bacchant.

    Category: Mythology

Origin of bacchante:

1790–1800; < F bacchante, fem. of bacchantbacchant

Princeton's WordNet

  1. bacchante(noun)

    (classical mythology) a priestess or votary of Bacchus

Wiktionary

  1. bacchante(Noun)

    A priestess of Bacchus.

  2. bacchante(Noun)

    A female bacchanal.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Bacchante(noun)

    a priestess of Bacchus

  2. Bacchante(noun)

    a female bacchanal

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