n. a type of Italian chocolates made in Perugia
Baci is a traditional Lao ceremony used to celebrate important events and occasions.
Baci may also refer to:
- Baci, a chocolate product of the Italian confectionery company Perugina
- The Baci River, a tributary of the Someş River in Romania
- Alis Baci, an Albanian football player
- Before-After-Control-Impact, an experiment design commonly used to monitor potential environmental impacts
Baci and su kwan (Lao: ; Thai: , RTGS: su khwan; meaning "calling of the soul") is an important ceremony practised in Lao culture and Northern and Isan Thai culture.
Baci is a phi ritual used to celebrate important events and occasions, like births and marriages and also entering the monkhood, departing, returning, beginning a new year, and welcoming or bidding etc. The ritual of the baci involves tying strings around a person’s wrist to preserve good luck, and has become a national custom.
Usage examples of "baci".
Signor Luciano Strega-Borgia, father to Pandora, Titus and Damp, temporarily estranged husband of Signora Baci Strega-Borgia, woke up with a shriek.
Therefore do you choose among yourselves twenty swift runners and send them to our villages, bidding the wives and families of all here to leave their homes at once, taking only such gear as they can carry lightly, and to make with all speed for Soto, a village in the district of the Baci, and but a mile or two from the edge of the great swamp country.
In a grey prison cell, a long way from home, Signor Luciano Strega-Borgia, father to Pandora, Titus and Damp, temporarily estranged husband of Signora Baci Strega-Borgia, woke up with a shriek.