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VIRILIA. The privy members of a man. Bract. lib. 3, p. 144.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Bersuire scoffs, "[Q]uia revera ballivi & officiales virilia i.
Oleg is the "regular faunlet" whose "bold virilia" and "girlish grace" has prompted in young Charles an awareness of his sexuality that is at once exhilarating and unnerving.
home-bound woman would lead us astray here: Georg Loys suggested that only poor, lusty, and quarrelsome women engaged in traveling, for he considered even pilgrimage among officia virilia (Pervigilium Mercurii, no.
46 "Alii reddisse nos iterum in Gottica et Vandalica tempora lamentantur, quod videatur, veluti statuis omnibus illi virilia decutiebant, nunc quoque e libris, siquid pruriat, tolli." Vat.
"Ya virilia emas non inquit Chogia inquit 2 sik satun alurmisin?" "Yok" der.