Definition of Bacchantes. Meaning of Bacchantes. Synonyms of Bacchantes

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Definition of Bacchantes

Bacchantes
Bacchant Bac"chant, n.; pl. E. Bacchants, L. Bacchantes. [L. bacchans, -antis, p. pr. of bacchari to celebrate the festival of Bacchus.] 1. A priest of Bacchus. 2. A bacchanal; a reveler. --Croly.
Bacchantes
Bacchante Bac"chante, n.; L. pl. Bacchantes. 1. A priestess of Bacchus. 2. A female bacchanal.
Bacchante
Bacchante Bac"chante, n.; L. pl. Bacchantes. 1. A priestess of Bacchus. 2. A female bacchanal.

Meaning of Bacchantes from wikipedia

- "raving ones". Maenads were known as B****arids, Bacchae /ˈbækiː/, or Bacchantes /ˈbækənts, bəˈkænts, -ˈkɑːnts/ in Roman mythology after the penchant of...
- Six ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Bacchante, from "Bacchante" – the name for a priestess of the Roman god Bacchus. Yet another ship of this...
- The Bacchae (/ˈbækiː/; Gr****: Βάκχαι, Bakchai; also known as The Bacchantes /ˈbækənts, bəˈkænts, -ˈkɑːnts/) is an ancient Gr**** tragedy, written by the...
- The Bacchantes (Italian: Le baccanti) is a 1961 adventure-fantasy film directed by Giorgio Ferroni. It is loosely based on the Euripides' tragedy The Bacchae...
- made after 1967 is in the Brooklyn Museum. "Bacchantes Embracing". Brooklyn Museum. Media related to Bacchantes s'enlaçant by Auguste Rodin at Wikimedia...
- The Bacchante is a painting by Gustave Courbet, produced between 1844 and 1847. The painting's title relates the work to images of Bacchantes from Greco-Roman...
- en guidon (de course), to have a handle-bar moustache. Ah! Les belles bacchantes at IMDb Ah! Les belles bacchantes (1954) at the Films de France v t e...
- (as in the case of the Pythia), or by Dionysus (as in the case of the Bacchantes and Maenads), the term enthusiasm was also used in a transferred or figurative...
- the Bacchantes a second time, in particular Ambrosia who is metamorphosed into a vine and suffocates Lycurgus with its shoots, while the Bacchantes throng...
- Death; Apollo; the leader of the Furies; the leader of the Bacchantes; eight women Bacchantes; nine women in various roles (Friends to Orpheus, Furies,...