Dionysus

Dionysus (s; Διόνυσος, Dionysos) is the god of the grape harvest, winemaking and wine, of ritual madness and religious ecstasy in Greek mythology. His name, thought to be a theonym in Linear B tablets as di-wo-nu-so (KH Gq 5 inscription), shows that he may have been worshipped as early as c. 1500–1100 BC by Mycenean Greeks; other traces ...
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Dionysus

Dionysus was Greek god of wine
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Dionysus

the god of wine and revelry.
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Dionysus

(also Bacchus) God of fruitfulness, vegetation, wine and ecstasy. Son of Zeus and Semele.
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Dionysus

noun (Greek mythology) god of wine and fertility and drama; the Greek name of Bacchus
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Dionysus

(Bacchus) God of wine; son of Zeus and Semele.
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Dionysus

Baccus God of wine
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Dionysus

Dionysus (dīunī'sus) , in Greek religion and mythology, god of fertility and wine. Legends concerning him are profuse and contradictory. However, he was one of the most important gods of the Greeks and was associated with various religious cults. He was probably in origin a Thracian ...
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Dionysus

Dionysus was a Greek god of happiness. He was also called Bacchus and Iacchus.
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Dionysus

Greek god of wine and revelry. See Bacchus to avoid confusing the two Gods.
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Dionysus

Greek god of wine and revelry. See Bacchus.
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Dionysus

Greek god of wine and revelry. See Bacchus.
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Dionysus

in Greco-Roman religion, a nature god of fruitfulness and vegetation, especially known as a god of wine and ecstasy. The occurrence of his name on a ... [38 related articles]
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Dionysus

In Greek mythology, the god of wine, mystic ecstasy, and orgiastic excess; son of princess Semele and Zeus. In his original savage form he was attended by
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Dionysus

In Greek mythology, the god of wine, mystic ecstasy, and orgiastic excess; son of princess Semele and Zeus. In his original savage form he was attended by satyrs, lustful, drunken creatures; and maenads, women considered capable of tearing animals to pieces with their bare hands when under his influence. Later, as a more benign deity, his r...
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Dionysus

Son of Zeus and the mortal Semele. God of wine and worshipped by men for the joys of life and love of festivity which he taught to them. Brought his mother back from the underworld after she had died due to the deception of jealous Hera caused Zeus to visit her in divine form. Borne children by Ariadne, whom he carried off after she had been abando...
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Dionysus

Son of Zeus and the mortal Semele. God of wine and worshipped by men for the joys of life and love of festivity which he taught to them. Brought his mother back from the underworld after she had died due to the deception of jealous Hera caused Zeus to visit her in divine form. Borne children by Ariadne, whom he carried off after she had been abando...
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Dionysus

wild god of ecstacy, drama, passion, and the vine. Dismembered by Titans, he was reborn from the thigh of Zeus. In some stories husband to Ariadne and leader of the drunken maenads.
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Dionysus

[n] - (Greek mythology) god of wine and fertility and drama
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