noun, plural pap·il·lons [-lonz; French pa-pee-yawn]. /-ˌlɒnz; French pa piˈyɔ̃/.
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Mary de Medici, her portrait mistaken by Papillon and Fournier for a specimen of her own engraving on wood, 461.A Treatise on Wood Engraving|John Jackson
There is also an edition by W. Papillon in English blank verse .
Such a letter helps us to realise the loss suffered by France from the exile of men like Papillon.The Anglo-French Entente in the Seventeenth Century|Charles Bastide
Yellow Dog Papillon, having come to stay, was sitting up, as if he never under any circumstances passed his time in another way.
She saw Papillon, who was sitting up, looking at her with a world of sympathy in the cock of his ear.