noun, plural pail·lons [French pah-yawn] /French pɑˈyɔ̃/.
Origin of paillon
Examples from the Web for paillon
"That is the river Paillon," said the driver, pointing to a diminutive stream in the midst of a wide stony bed.
The rocks in the channel of the Paillon appeared to be a bed of pebbles.
The Paillon, as it is called, disappears at the Square Massna, and finds its way to sea through an underground channel.Riviera Towns|Herbert Adams Gibbons
If you had told me that the Pantheon had landed one fine night on the banks of the Paillon, I should not be more astonished.Serge Panine, Complete|Georges Ohnet