noun, plural gou·jons, (especially collectively) gou·jon.
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Goujon and Laugier attempted to hold it, but with as little success.
Lescot's and Goujon's beautiful faade (p. 173) is now before us.The Story of Paris
Compared with Goujon's "Fountain of the Innocents" their motive is not decorative at all.French Art
W. C. Brownell
I shall get hold of Goujon; that's simple and direct enough for me.
What reason would he have for doing this if it had been Goujon that had attacked him?