one whose hair has never been cut ...1623 obs. rare
from Latin acersecomēs (long-haired youth) in Juvenal, from Greek ἀκερσεκόµης (with unshorn hair), from a- + κείρειν (to cut short, shear) + κόμη (hair) + -ic
FIRST DOCUMENTED USE
1623 - Acersecomicke, One whose hair was never cut
From: The English dictionarie; or, An Interpreter of Hard English Words
- Henry Cockeram
"...Her black hair was pulled back in a long ponytail which covered more than half of her back; she could be easily mistaken for an Acersecomic..."
- Rohit Padala, 2017