Definition - What does Bacchanalia mean?
Bacchanalia refers to the ancient Roman festival of Bacchus. The festival is infamous for drunken revelry and sexual promiscuity.
Kinkly explains Bacchanalia
Bacchanalia is commonly used as a slang term to refer to an orgy. The festival from which the term is borrowed is infamous for drunken revelry and sexual activity. The ancient Roman ruler Bacchus is known for wine making, fertility, and ritual madness. He has gone down in the history books has having inducing a frenzy.