- of, relating to, or covered with hair.
Origin of pilar
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Examples from the Web for pilar
When Pilar and her adoptive father began to investigate her roots, they spoke to Sister María.Spain’s Baby-Snatching Scandal Focuses on Nun’s Alleged Role
April 11, 2012
Over the gate was a marble statue of a saint, who was called ‘Our Lady of Pilar.’Anting-Anting Stories
General Pilar was one of the most distinguished citizens of the republic.Cabbages and Kings
Later on that same day, Dr. Pilar put out a call for volunteers.
We can keep trying,” said Pilar, “and hope we stumble across it by accident.
But Pilar did not know it because she was dancing in the garden.The Little Spanish Dancer
Word Origin and History for pilar
"pertaining to hair," 1858, from Modern Latin pilaris "hairy," from pilus "hair" (see pile (n.3)).
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
- Of, relating to, or covered with hair.
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