transitive verb-·lat·ed, -·lat·ing
Rare to block or obstruct (the pores, bowels, etc.)
Origin of oppilatefrom Classical Latin oppilatus, past participle of oppilare, to stop up from ob- (see ob-) + pilare, to ram down from pilum, pestle
(third-person singular simple present oppilates, present participle oppilating, simple past and past participle oppilated)
From Latin oppÄ«lÄre.