noun, plural bac·cae [bak-ee] /ˈbæk i/. Botany.
Origin of bacca
Examples from the Web for bacca
"You've never been without beer or 'bacca yet, that I know of," retorted Jeckie, with a flash of her eye.The Root of All Evil|J. S. Fletcher
Bet yer a quid o' 'bacca I'm in their show afore you, Billie.With the Dyaks of Borneo|F. S. Brereton
She'll fetch us a bit o' supper, and I makes out middlin' well along o' my pint and bit o' bacca.The Chequers|James Runciman
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
Some say drink is the besetting sin; another says 'bacca is man's ruination.Yorkshire Ditties, Second Series|John Hartley