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-pĭlo , no
I.perf., ātum, 1, v. a. id., to pull out the hair, pluck out the feathers.
I. Prop. (ante-class. and post-Aug., and rare): “depilari magis quam amiciri,Tert. Pall. 4: “perdicem,Apic. 6, 3; Mart. 9, 28: “struthiocamelum,Sen. Cons. Sap. 17: “amygdalae,Apic. 2, 2.—
II. Transf., dēpĭlātus, plucked, i. e. plundered, cheated, Lucil. ap. Non. 36, 28.—
B. To rub off the skin, peel: “omnis umerus depilatus est,Vulg. Ezech. 29, 18.
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    • Old Testament, Ezekiel, 29.18
    • Martial, Epigrammata, 9.28
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