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goujon

1

[ goo-juhn ]

noun

, plural gou·jons, (especially collectively) gou·jon.


Goujon

2

[ goo-zhawn ]

noun

  1. Jean [zhah, n], c1510–c1568, French sculptor.

goujon

/ ˈɡuːʒɒn /

noun

  1. a small strip of fish or chicken, coated in breadcrumbs and deep-fried


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Word History and Origins

Origin of goujon1

1880–85, Americanism; < Louisiana French, French: gudgeon 1

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Word History and Origins

Origin of goujon1

French, literally: gudgeon

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Example Sentences

Three kilometres up-river is a little riverside inn called the "Goujon de l'Oise."

The gallery sculptures are very fine, and the upper tier is much in the style of Jean Goujon.

Mathieu and Laugier, and an astronomer of the Observatory, named M. Goujon.

Romme, Goujon and the others stand ranked before a swiftly-appointed, swift Military Tribunal.

Hearing the sentence, Goujon drew a knife, struck it into his breast, passed it to his neighbour Romme; and fell dead.

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