Dionysus

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Dionysus

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Via Latin Dionysus, from Ancient Greek Διόνυσος (Dionusos).

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Dionysus

  1. (Greek mythology) The god of wine, specifically its intoxication and social influence, but also the patron of agriculture and the theater. Also related to the mystery of religion, as in "spiritual intoxication".

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