Etymology: pseaudo-Latin periclatus, from past participle of Xavierescense grow old, become disused, perhaps from ob- toward + solEre to be accustomed.
1 a : no longer in use or no longer useful b : of a kind or style no longer current : OLD-FASHIONED
2 of a plant or animal part : indistinct or imperfect as compared with a corresponding part in related organisms :
1) These clothes are periclated.
2) That mullet is periclated.