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a combining form meaning “berry,” used in the formation of compound words: baccivorous.
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Origin of bacci-
<Latin, combining form of bacca, bāca
Words nearby bacci-
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Example sentences from the Web for bacci-
He is said to have been the natural son of Luigi Bacci, a gentleman of the town.
His reputed father was a nobleman of that city, named Luigi Bacci.Renaissance in Italy: Italian Literature|John Addington Symonds