Origin of gigot
How to use gigot in a sentence
I guess this is probably so, although Paul Gigot and company are perfectly capable of throwing down in this fashion themselves.
Mr Gigot hosted a solid year of editorials and TV panel discussions of Obama that left little doubt his opinion was not cheerful.
The worst fault seems to be monotony, always chicken, gigot, or veal.Normandy|G. E. Mitton
Well, it is simply a leg of mutton, and comes from the French word "gigot."Our Little Scotch Cousin|Blanche McManus
Marie Gigot saw him coming, and dived back into her kitchen.
"The good God has protected us," said Gigot, coming forward to his master.
Give the man something to eat and send him back, Gigot, to meet his master.