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oak apple US English

A spongy spherical gall that forms on oak trees in response to the developing larvae of a gall wasp

Oak-apple Day US English

The anniversary of the Stuart restoration to the English throne (29 May) in 1660, when oak apples or oak leaves were traditionally worn in memory of Charles II hiding in an oak after the battle of Worcester.