[ bak-uh ]

noun,plural bac·cae [bak-ee]. /ˈbæk i/. Botany.
  1. a berry.

Origin of bacca

From the Latin word bacca, bāca “olive, any round fruit, berry”

Words Nearby bacca Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2023

How to use bacca in a sentence

  • "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
  • bacca am de greatest pleasure dat de slabes hab after their work be done.

    A Roving Commission | G. A. Henty
  • You got a great many oder nice tings a slabe not got, many nice tings; but when dey got bacca dey got eberyting dey want.

    A Roving Commission | G. A. Henty