Origin of mignon
Examples from the Web for mignon
She felt that Mignon did not trust her and it made her uncomfortable when in the French girls presence.
He maintained Fanny Beaupre, who apparently cost him dear; for, about 1829, he sought the hand of the Mignon heiress.Repertory Of The Comedie Humaine, Complete, A -- Z|Anatole Cerfberr and Jules Franois Christophe
I would never have hidden the money if it hadnt been for her, Mignon continued bitterly.
Daisy Griggs told me this morning that Mignon said she wouldnt be seen associating with a menial like that Browning girl.
There were still a number of girls in the freshman class who clung to Muriel and Mignon, but they were in the minority.Marjorie Dean High School Freshman|Pauline Lester
Word Origin for mignon
"delicately formed," 1550s, French, literally "delicate, charming, pretty;" see minion. As a noun, "pretty child," from 1827.