Definition of Bapta
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LNS
Bapta, Baptae
perh. so called from dyeing their hair;
Βάπται
Mostly Plural
noun (m., 1st declension)
    Abbreviations
    Baptae, ārum, m., = Βάπται [perh. so called from dyeing their hair; v. Meineke, Com. Fragm. I. p. 119], priests of the Thracian, afterwards Athenian, goddess Cotytto, whose festival was celebrated in a very lewd manner, Juv. 2, 92 Schol.; cf. Cotytto.
     
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