Etymology
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bach (n.)

1845, American English, clipped form of bachelor (n.). Also in colloquial American English use as a verb (1864, typically with it) meaning "to live as an unmarried man," especially "to do one's own cooking and cleaning." Related: Bached; baching.

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Definitions of bach
1
bach (v.)
lead a bachelor's existence;
Synonyms: bachelor
2
Bach (n.)
German baroque organist and contrapuntist; composed mostly keyboard music; one of the greatest creators of western music (1685-1750);
Synonyms: Johann Sebastian Bach
Bach (n.)
the music of Bach;
From wordnet.princeton.edu