evirate (third-person singular simple present evirates, present participle evirating, simple past and past participle evirated)
- To castrate.
- 1621, Robert Burton, The Anatomy of Melancholy, II.3.2:
- Some philosophers and divines have evirated themselves, and put out their eyes voluntarily, the better to contemplate.
- 1846, Walter Savage Landor, J. Forster (editor), The works of Walter Savage Landor,
- 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 Dr. Glaston, — so acute in his quiddities, and so resolute in his bearing!
- To render weak or unmanly.
- second-person plural present indicative of evirare
- second-person plural imperative of evirare
- feminine plural of evirato
- first-person plural present active imperative of ēvirō