Definición de bacchant en inglés:

bacchant

Saltos de línea: bac|chant
Pronunciación: /ˈbakənt
 
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sustantivo (plural bacchants or bacchantes /bəˈkantiːz/; feminine bacchante /bəˈkant, bəˈkanti/)

A priest, priestess, or follower of Bacchus: the painting shows a bacchante carrying a child
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  • Despite the presence of bacchantes and the references to wine, the bacchanalian aspect of the scene is greatly subdued, reducing the feeling of revelry and recklessness.
  • Before his return to Paris he had already begun to specialize in the small-scale terracotta statuettes and reliefs of satyrs, bacchantes, and other mythological figures for which he is famous.
  • On the back of each of the pair of vases is a frieze of dancing bacchantes framed at the sides and bottom by a scroll ornament all in grisaille.

Origen

late 16th century: from French bacchante, from Latin bacchari 'celebrate the feast of Bacchus'.

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