From Latin glaber (“smooth, hairless, bald”) + -ous.
glabrous (comparative more glabrous, superlative most glabrous)
- Smooth, hairless; bald.
1974, Guy Davenport, Tatlin!:
- Adriaan rose, pulling out his limbering glabrous cock, his eyes happy.
- 1982, TC Boyle, Water Music, Penguin 2006, p. 143:
- The glabrous old head cranks round on him, stiff and slow, until the clouded eyes draw level with his own.