Bacharach (ba˙ha˙-ra˙h), a small place of 2000 inhabitants on the Rhine, 12 miles S. of Coblenz.
At Bacharach, "the poor people are found dead with grass in their mouths."
Instead of floating down-stream with the current, it went up-stream as far as Bacharach, where it was recovered.
The evolution of the name of Bacharach is decidedly non-Christian.
Well, but look here—why not stop at Bacharach, and see what sort of a place it is?
According to this tale Lorelei was a maiden of surpassing beauty who dwelt in the town of Bacharach in medieval times.
To appease his conscientious scruples in a measure, he continued to work at the romance, "The Rabbi of Bacharach."
A shower of rain and close of the day induced us to make Bacharach our sleeping-place.
Bacharach, bak′ar-ak, n. an excellent wine named from Bacharach, a town on the Rhine.
The ruins of the castle of Stahleck are situated on the Rhine, above the wild, romantic country of Bacharach.