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pilous

[ pahy-luhs ]
/ ˈpaɪ ləs /
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adjective
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Origin of pilous

From the Latin word pilōsus, dating back to 1650–60. See pilose, -ous
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British Dictionary definitions for pilous

pilous
/ (ˈpaɪləs) /

adjective
a variant of pilose
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