trehala

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Etymology[edit]

From New Latin trehāla, from Turkish tıgala, from Persian تیغال(tiğâl, a kind of manna).

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trehala (usually uncountable, plural trehalas)

  1. Manna from the cocoons of the insects Larinus maculatus and Larinus nidificans.

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