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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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