Definition of batonné paper
: a paper watermarked with widely spaced parallel lines and used especially by philatelists
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Origin and Etymology of batonné paper
partial translation of French papier batonné ruled paper, from papier paper + batonné ruled, crossed out, past participle of bâtonner to rule, cross out, from bâton
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