Definición de thyrsus en inglés:

thyrsus

Silabificación: thyr·sus
Pronunciación: /ˈTHərsəs
 
/

sustantivo (plural thyrsusi /-sī/)

(In ancient Greece and Rome) a staff or spear tipped with an ornament like a pine cone, carried by Dionysus and his followers.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Frenzied with wine they rushed through woods and over mountains uttering sharp cries, waving pine-cone-tipped wands (thyrsi).
  • The fabulous history of Bacchus relates that he converted the thyrsi carried by himself and his followers into dangerous weapons, by concealing an iron point in the head of leaves.
  • Primrose is a very leafy shrub, producing small, yellowish thyrsi.

Origen

Latin, from Greek thursos 'plant stalk, Bacchic staff'.

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