acca

noun
ac·ca | \ ˈakə \
plural -s

Definition of acca 

: a gold and silk brocade of medieval origin

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First Known Use of acca

1876, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for acca

Medieval Latin, probably from Acca, Accho, ancient city of Syria (now Acre, Israel), its place of export

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