Late Latin slang for hirsuta, and always used of nasty places or nasty people; it shall not stay.
In Late Latin the n was frequently dropped in participle endings.
This is from a Late Latin diminutive aulæolum, a small chapel or shrine, which was dissimilated into auræolum.
Similarly, I have split ligatured characters such as the ligatured "ae" and "oe" frequent in Late Latin in particular.
In Late Latin the neuter adjective capitale, capital, was used of property.
The name peach comes to us from the Late Latin word pessica, which was a bad way of saying "Persica."
It appeared in Late Latin and in the other continental languages as well as in English, and at about the same time.
There is some difficulty in connecting the classical and the Late Latin words.