Definition of oak-leaved in US English:

oak-leaved

adjective

  • 1Having lobed leaves likened to those of the English oak.

  • 2Bearing or characterized by oak leaves; decorated with (representations of) oak leaves.

Origin

Late 18th century; earliest use found in William Withering (1741–1799), physician and botanist. From oak + leaved, after oak leaf.

Pronunciation

oak-leaved

/ˈəʊkˌliːvd/