1640s, originally in English in reference to long, hooked noses, from Latin aquilinus “of or like an eagle,” from aquila “eagle,” of uncertain origin, usually explained as “the dark bird;” comes from aquilus “blackish, of the color of darkness.”
1.(of the nose) shaped like an eagle’s beak, hooked.
2.of or like the eagle
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