Pilate

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The surname is from Latin Pilatus (a Roman cognomen, literally armed with javelins), from pilum (javelin, pestle), of unknown ultimate origin.

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Pilate

  1. Pontius Pilate, the man who, according to the Bible, ordered the crucifixion of Jesus

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