Definition of bacchor
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Orthography ID = 1001699
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LEM
bacchor, bacchārī, bacchātus sum
deponent verb (1st conjugation)
  1. to celebrate the festival of Bacchus, rave like Bacchae, revel
  2. with acc
  3. cf. Euhoe bacchantes, raising the cry of Bacchus
  4. poet
  5. of extravagance in language
Abbreviations
bacchor ātus, ārī, dep. Bacchus, to celebrate the festival of Bacchus, rave like Bacchae, revel: quanta in voluptate, exult: in vestrā caede: non sanius Edonis, H.: per urbem, roams in frenzy, V.: Fama per urbem, runs wild, V.

—With acc: Grande carmen, Iu.

— cf. Euhoe bacchantes, raising the cry of Bacchus, Ct.

—Poet.: virginibus bacchata (iuga), i. e. frequented by the revels, V.: Bacchatam iugis Naxon legimus, i. e. with vine-clad hills, V.: bacchante vento, holding revelry, H.

— Of extravagance in language: furere et bacchari.
 
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