baccate, berried, berry-like, of a pulpy nature like a berry (bacca).
The Elements of Botany Asa Gray
baccate -us: berry-like: applied to bladder-like ovaries from the surface of which the short ovarian tubes arise.
Explanation of Terms Used in Entomology John. B. Smith
like a berry in form, texture, etc
baccate bac·cate (bāk’āt’)
Resembling a berry in texture or form; berrylike.
the female attendants of Bacchus. the priestesses of Bacchus. the women who took part in the Bacchanalia. Historical Examples Towards the end of his life he migrated to Macedonia, where he wrote not the least splendid of his plays, the Bacchae. Authors of Greece T. W. Lumb The Agamemnon, the Oedipus, the Bacchae are not […]
a follower of Bacchus. a drunken reveler. an occasion of drunken revelry; orgy; bacchanalia. pertaining to Bacchus; bacchanalian. noun a follower of Bacchus a drunken and riotous celebration a participant in such a celebration; reveller adjective of or relating to Bacchus 1530s (n.); 1540s (adj.), from Latin bacchanalis “having to do with Bacchus” (see Bacchus). […]
(sometimes used with a plural verb) a festival in honor of Bacchus. Compare Dionysia. (lowercase) a drunken feast; orgy. plural noun (often capital) orgiastic rites associated with Bacchus any drunken revelry n. “drunken revelry,” 1630s, from the name of the Roman festival held in honor of Bacchus, from neuter plural of Latin bacchanalis (see bacchanal). […]
(sometimes used with a plural verb) a festival in honor of Bacchus. Compare Dionysia. (lowercase) a drunken feast; orgy. adjective characterized by or involving drunken revelry (often capital) of or relating to the orgiastic rites associated with Bacchus plural noun (often capital) orgiastic rites associated with Bacchus any drunken revelry adj. 1560s; see bacchanalia + […]