- From Latin ēvirātus, perfect passive participle of ēvirō ("I emasculate"), from ē ("out of") + vir ("man"). (Wiktionary)
“The Pope offered a hundred marks in Latin to who should eviscerate or evirate him, -- poisons very potent, whereat the Italians are handy, -- so apostolic and desperate a doctor is Doctor Glaston! so acute in his quiddities, and so resolute in his bearing!”
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