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gueridon

[ ger-ee-don; French gey-ree-dawn ]
/ ˈgɛr iˌdɒn; French geɪ riˈdɔ̃ /
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noun, plural gue·ri·dons [ger-ee-donz; French gey-ree-dawn]. /ˈgɛr iˌdɒnz; French geɪ riˈdɔ̃/. French Furniture.
a small table or stand, as for holding a candelabrum.
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Origin of gueridon

1850–55; <French guéridon, after the proper name Guéridon
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