Bacchus n : (classical mythology) god of wine; equivalent of Dionysus
- The ancient Greek god of wine, also known as Dionysus.
Bacchus may refer to:
- Dionysus, the Greek god of wine and intoxication, known as Bacchus to Romans
- Saint Bacchus, Christian martyr, companion to Saint Sergius
- 2063 Bacchus, asteroid
- Bacchus (grape), white wine grape is grown in Germany and England
- Bacchus (comics), created by Eddie Campbell
- Bacchus (Marvel Comics), a group of Amazon villains in the Marvel Comics comic book X-Men.
- Bacchus-F, energy drink from South Korea.
- Krewe of Bacchus, an organization that parades during the New Orleans Mardi Gras
- "In Praise of Bacchus", song from the album October Rust by the Type O Negative
- Bacchus Marsh, Victoria, a town in Victoria, Australia
- Bacchus or Eko.Bacchus, also known as Eko.Lsa, a French rapper
- Bacchus (Leonardo), painting of John the Baptist
- Bacchus (Michelangelo), marble sculpture depicting Bacchus in an inebriated state
- Bacchus and Ariadne, an oil painting by Titian
- Bacchus (Caravaggio), a painting held in the Uffizi Gallery, Florence
- Young Sick Bacchus, an early self-portrait by Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio, now in the Galleria Borghese in Rome
Bacchus in German: Bacchus (Begriffsklärung)
Bacchus in Japanese: バッカス
Bacchus in Hebrew: בקכוס
Bacchus in Dutch: Bacchus
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