Vidalia onion[vi dāl′yə, -dā′lē ə]
Vidalia onion definition by Webster's New World
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a type of large, sweet, globe-shaped onion with a pale-yellow skin
Origin: ; from Vidalia, a trademark, after Vidalia, Georgia, where origin, originally grown
Vidalia onion definition by American Heritage Dictionary
A large, white, sweet, delicately flavored onion, having a thin yellowish outer skin and poor storage qualities.
Origin: After Vidalia, a city of east-central Georgia.