noun, plural bac·cae [bak-ee]. /ˈbæk i/. Botany.
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Dey had a big plantation an' raised cawn, wheat, cotton an' 'bacca.
He wouldn' touch 'bacca, but he kept er twis' of dis bark in his pocket mos' all de time.
"I killed that with bacca-smoke," he concluded in sepulchral triumph.Peccavi|E. W. Hornung
De 'bacca worms an' de grasshoppas is a-gwine to chew up all de terbacca befo' men gits a chawnce at it.The Master of Warlock|George Cary Eggleston
"I'll bet yer a pound of bacca on the little 'un," growled one of the sailors, as he leaned against a bulkhead.Jones of the 64th|F. S. (Frederick Sadleir) Brereton