noun, plural cha·tons [sha-tawn] /ʃaˈtɔ̃/.
Origin of chaton
Examples from the Web for chaton
Historical Examples of chaton
Chaton went up to a little peasant who was standing in the crowd.
Chaton, Chaton,” cried the rabbit, “why are you running so quickly?
From its box-like shape this part of the ring is also called the chaton.Jewellery
H. Clifford Smith,
The chaton of another gold ring, found on the same spot, is covered with similar animal heads.
I began to run, in order to overtake them along the Seine, which they had to follow in order to reach the station of Chaton.Original Short Stories, Volume 3 (of 13)
Guy de Maupassant