Definition of pallion in English:

pallion

noun

  • A small piece or pellet of solder.

Origin

Mid 18th century; earliest use found in Godfrey Smith (fl. 1738–1756). Origin unknown; perhaps compare Spanish pallón a quantity of gold or silver from an assay, Italian pallone ball.

Pronunciation

pallion

/ˈpalɪən//ˈpaljən/