bacchante

[n] - (Greek and Roman mythology) a priestess or votary of Bacchus
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bacchante

One of the Bacchae, women who worshipped the Greek god Dionysus. ...
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Bacchante

Bac'chante noun ; Latin plural Bacchantes . 1. A priestess of Bacchus. 2. A female bacchanal.
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bacchante

1. A priestess of Bacchus. ... 2. A female bacchanal. ... Origin: L. Bacchantes. ... (12 Mar 1998) ...
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bacchante

noun (classical mythology) a priestess or votary of Bacchus
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Bacchante

• (n.) A female bacchanal. • (n.) A priestess of Bacchus.
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Bacchante

Bacchante A priestess or female votary (worshiper) of Bacchus.
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Bacchante

HMS Bacchante was a British Leander Class frigate of 2500 tons displacement built by Vickers and launched in 1968. HMS Bacchante was powered by two oil-fired boilers providing a top speed of 27 knots and a range of 6400 km at 15 knots. She carried a complement of 260 and was armed with one quad Seacat missile launcher; twin 4.5 inch guns and two 20...
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