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Euhan (cf. Lach. ad Lucr. 5, 743; also, Euan , Prisc. 1, 29; not Evan , as in many edd.), m., = Εὐάν,
I.a surname of Bacchus, Lucr. 5, 742; Ov. M. 4, 15; Mart. Cap. 8, § 804.—Hence, euhans , antis (cf. Gr. εὐάζων), adj., crying Euhan! an epithet of the Bacchantes, Cat. 64, 391; Sil. 1, 101; Prop. 2, 3, 18.—Poet. with acc.: “euhantes orgia,celebrating the rites of Bacchus with the cry Euhan! Verg. A. 6, 517.
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