gnon


gnon
n.m.
Coup, jeton.

Dictionnaire du Français argotique et populaire. . 2009.

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  • gnon — [ ɲɔ̃ ] n. m. • 1651 pop. « enflure provoquée par un coup »; aphérèse de oignon ♦ Fam. Coup. ⇒ jeton. Donner, recevoir un gnon, des gnons. Il « riposta par un gnon en pleine tronche » (Queneau). ● gnon nom masculin (apocope de oignon) Populaire.… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • gnon — avi·gnon; avi·gnon·ese; bour·gui·gnon; cham·pi·gnon; chi·gnon; cra·mi·gnon; lor·gnon; mi·gnon; mi·gnon·ette; pi·gnon; ro·gnon; ti·gnon; sau·vi·gnon; …   English syllables

  • gnon — nm. => Coup …   Dictionnaire Français-Savoyard

  • cham|pi|gnon — «sham PIHN yuhn; especially British cham PIHN yuhn; French shahn pee nyn», noun. 1. any edible fungus or mushroom, such as the meadow mushroom: »Madame Ribard, the patronne, had surpassed herself; an omelette aux [with] champignons that melted in …   Useful english dictionary

  • chi|gnon — «SHEEN yon; French shee nyn», noun. a large knot or roll of hair worn at the back of the head by women: »She had…a massive chignon of yellow hair (Henry James). ╂[< French chignon (literally) nape of the neck < Old French chaignon <… …   Useful english dictionary

  • fi|let mi|gnon — «fih LAY MEEN yon, mihn YON; French fee LEH mee nyn», plural fi|lets mi|gnons «fih LAY MEEN yon, mihn YON». a thick, round slice of beef tenderloin, often larded with bacon before cooking. ╂[< French filet mignon (literally) dainty filet] …   Useful english dictionary

  • lor|gnon — «lr nyn», noun. 1. an eyeglass or a pair of eyeglasses, especially a pince nez. 2. = opera glass. ╂[< French lorgnon earlier, eyeglass, opera glasses < lorgner; see etym. under lorgnette (Cf. ↑lorgnette)] …   Useful english dictionary

  • mi|gnon|ette — «MIHN yuh NEHT», noun. 1. a common garden plant having long, pointed clusters of small, fragrant, greenish white flowers with prominent, golden brown anthers. 2. a yellowish green or grayish green color; reseda. ╂[< Middle French mignonnette… …   Useful english dictionary

  • mi|gnon — «MIHN yon; French mee nyn», adjective. delicately formed; small and pretty; dainty. ╂[< French mignon] …   Useful english dictionary


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