corybantic \kawr-uh-BAN-tik\, adjective:
- Frenzied; agitated; unrestrained.
Corybantic owes its English use from Latin, but originally refered to a Corybant, a a wild attendant of the goddess Cybele.
- Euphoria at getting a tax refund, which lasts until you realize it was your money to start with.
I love feeling intaxicated!
- San Francisco earthquake: ignited an inferno, killing hundreds and reducing the city to shambles (1906)
- washateria: the first laundromat opened, in Fort Worth, Texas (1934)
- Éire: formally withdrew from the British Commonwealth and became the Republic of Ireland (1949)
- London Bridge: the Thames crossing was sold to American Robert T. McCulloch, who later had it rebuilt in Arizona (1968)
- Wayne Gretzky: NHL legend played his last pro hockey game at NYC's Madison Square Garden (1999)
- George Henry Lewes 1817
- Clarence Darrow 1857 - Attorney, famous for his part in the Scopes 'monkey trial'
- Clive Revill 1930 - Actor ("The Sea Wolf", "The Empire Strikes Back")
- James Drury 1934
- Don Ohl 1936 - Basketball player
- Hal Galper 1938 - Jazz pianist (Hal Galper Quintet), author ("The Touring Musician")
- Richie Pettibone 1938 - Football player
- Mike Vickers 1941 - Musician (Manfred Mann)
- Walt Sweeney 1941 - Football player
- Steve Blass 1942 - Baseball player
- Pete Gogolak 1942 - Football player
- Jochen Rindt 1942 - Auto racer
- Alexander "Skip" Spence 1946 - Musician (Moby Grape, Jefferson Airplane)
- James Woods 1947 - Actor ("The Onion Field", "Casino")
- Dorothy Lyman 1947 - Actress ("All My Children")
- Cindy Pickett 1947
- Walt Richmond 1947 - Musician (Tractors)
- Melody Thomas Scott 1956
- Wilbur Marshall 1962 - Football player
- Mike Mangini 1963 - Drummer (Dream Theater)
- Eric McCormack 1963
- Maria Bello 1967
- Trina 1974 - Singer (Trina and Tamara)
- Mark Thomas Tremonti 1974 - Guitarist (Creed)
- Sean Maguire 1976
- Kourtney Mary Kardashian 1979