Definition of baccar, bacchar
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Orthography ID = 2005929
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LNS
baccar, baccaris
(bacchar, baccharis)
baccar, bacchar, baccaris
βάκχα^ρις
noun (n., 3rd Greek declension)
  1. a plant having a fragrant root, from which an oil was expressed
Abbreviations
baccar (bacchar), aris, n. (baccaris, is, f., Plin. 12, 12, 26, § 45), = βάκχα^ρις, a plant having a fragrant root, from which an oil was expressed; also called nardum rusticum (cf. Plin. 12, 12, 26, § 45); acc. to Sprengel it is the Celtic valerian: Valeriana Celtica. Linn.; Plin. 21, 6, 16, § 29; Verg. E. 4, 19 (baccar herba est, quae facinum depellit, Serv.); 7, 27.
 
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