Definitions for pilgarlicpɪlˈgɑr lɪk
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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
a person regarded with mild or pretended contempt or pity.
Obs. a baldheaded man.
Origin of pilgarlic:
1520–30; earlier pyllyd garleke lit., peeled garlic, (metaphorically, a bald man); see peel1, garlic
A bald-headed person; a pitiable or foolish person.
Origin: From pilled / peeled + garlic.
one who has lost his hair by disease; a sneaking fellow, or one who is hardly used
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