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EtymologyEdit

After Jean Naigeon of Dijon, France, who originated it in 1856.

NounEdit

Dijon mustard (countable and uncountable, plural Dijon mustards)

 
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  1. A kind of mustard made with verjuice (or, more recently, white wine) instead of vinegar.

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