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Bacchius   Listen
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Bacchius  n.  (pl. bacchii)  (Pros.) A metrical foot composed of a short syllable and two long ones; according to some, two long and a short.






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"Bacchius" Quotes from Famous Books



... like. Not to keep quails for the game; nor to be mad after such things. Not to be offended with other men's liberty of speech, and to apply myself unto philosophy. Him also I must thank, that ever I heard first Bacchius, then Tandasis and Marcianus, and that I did write dialogues in my youth; and that I took liking to the philosophers' little couch and skins, and such other things, which by the Grecian discipline are proper to ...
— Meditations • Marcus Aurelius



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