noun Classical Mythology.
Origin of Bacchus
Examples from the Web for bacchus
I guess we know how Bacchus kept his title as the god of wine and intoxication.
Super Bowl MVP Drew Brees was named King of the Bacchus Krewe at this year's Mardi Gras.
Bacchus told of some ancient race that had introduced the vine into Europe and Africa.Caesar's Column|Ignatius Donnelly
Biformis (Bi′formis), a name of Bacchus, because he was accounted both bearded and beardless.1000 Mythological Characters Briefly Described|Edward S. Ellis
Bacchus condemns them as "warblers of the grove; poor, puny wretches!"Is Polite Society Polite?|Julia Ward Howe
Sergius and Bacchus, virtually a part of it, was placed at the disposal of Latin priests.Constantinople painted by Warwick Goble|Alexander Van Millingen
The church itself is built over the site of an ancient temple of Bacchus.
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Culture definitions for bacchus
The Greek and Roman god of wine and revelry. He is also known by the Greek name Dionysus.