Definition of valonia
: dried acorn cups especially from a Eurasian evergreen oak (Quercus macrolepis syn. Q. aegilops) used in tanning or dressing leather
Origin and Etymology of valonia
Italian vallonia, from Middle Greek balanidia, plural of balanidion, diminutive of Greek balanos acorn — more at gland
First Known Use: 1722
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