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/ ˈbeɪ yi /
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an ancient resort city in SW Italy, near Naples: villas of Caesar, Nero, and Pompey.
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How to use Baiae in a sentence
Here, on the hills of Baiae, the stars winked like kindly eyes and the twilight soothed the spirit!
His wish to bid farewell, as it were, to the sun and air of Baiae was not affected; like all Romans he raved about the sea.
And listen, Claudia, in spite of all its beauty, I can do without going to Baiae for the future.
Mr. Munro supposes that the letter was written from Baiae, and that the hic is so to be explained.The Roman Poets of the Republic|William Young Sellar
In our judgment Baiae, for its powers of bestowing pleasure and health, surpasses them all.The Letters of Cassiodorus|Cassiodorus (AKA Magnus Aurelius Cassiodorus Senator)