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Baʹtrachomyʹomachia (pronounce Ba-trakʹo-myʹo-makʹia)

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A storm in a puddle; much ado about nothing. The word is the name of a mock heroic poem in Greek, supposed to be by Piʹgrēs of Caria, and means The Battle of the Frogs and Mice.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Bath Metal
Bath Post
Bath Shillings
Bath Stone
Bath (Major)
Bath-kol (daughter of the voice)
Bathos [Greek, bathos, depth]
Bathsheba
Bathyllus
Batiste
Batrachomyomachia (pronounce Ba-trako-myo-makia)
Batta
Battar
Battels
Battersea
Battle
Battle of the Frogs and Mice (The)
Battle of the Kegs (The)
Battle of the Poets (The)
Battle of the Whips
Battle (Sarah)

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