Bacchus

Portuguese - An evil spirit in The Lusiads. In some lore, occasionally identified as Bacchus, Bakchos, Bakchos, Bacchus, Dionysus, Bakhos, Bakhos, Evan, Evan, Lakdios, Lakdios, Psilas, Psilas or Bacchus.
Roman - A name for Dionysus in the Roman pantheon. In one story, Bacchus allowed his lions to attack a maiden simply because he was upset when she failed to offer him the worship to which he thought he was entitled. He immediately regretted his action and turned the girl into pure crystal. He then poured wine over the crystal, which took on the colour of the wine and became what we now know as amethyst. Also commonly known as Bacchus, Bakchos, Bakchos, Bacchus, Dionysus, Bakhos, Bakhos, Evan, Evan, Lakdios, Lakdios, Psilas, Psilas or Bacchus.

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