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In laudem calvi; splendida coma quisque adulter est; allicit aurea coma.
The word is rooted in the Latin calvi, “to trick, deceive, intrigue against” also the root of challenge, which progressed to calumnia, “false accusation.”
“Related to calvi, to sneer,” I said, also too quietly for the driver to overhear, “and cave: beware.”
From Latin calumnia or false accusation (also the source of English challenge), from calvi ‘to deceive. '"