trehala

[ trih-hah-luh ]
/ trɪˈhɑ lə /

noun

an edible, sugary substance secreted by certain Asiatic beetles of the genus Larinus, forming their pupal covering.

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Origin of trehala

1860–65; < New Latin < Turkish tιgala < Persian tīghāl
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British Dictionary definitions for trehala

trehala
/ (trɪˈhɑːlə) /

noun

an edible sugary substance obtained from the pupal cocoon of an Asian weevil, Larinus maculatus

Word Origin for trehala

C19: from Turkish tīgāla, from Persian tīghāl
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