Dionysiacally /duy'euh ni suy"ik lee/, adv.
/duy'euh nis"ee ak', -nuy"see-/, adj.
1. of or pertaining to the Dionysia or to Dionysus; Bacchic.
2. Dionysian (def. 2).
[1820-30; < L Dionysiacus < Gk Dionysiakós, equiv. to Diónys(os) DIONYSUS + -i- deriv. s. vowel + -akos -AC]

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