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Etymology 1Edit

Borrowing from French goujon (gudgeon (fish))

NounEdit

goujon (plural goujons)

  1. A mudcat (fish).
    • 2018, Henri Charpentier, Life à la Henri: Being the Memories of Henri Charpentier:
      Goujons are tiny brook-fish like the white bait which are served on the sea coast in this country; but to watch a Frenchman with an untrimmed beard as he devours schools of goujons is an experience.

Etymology 2Edit

Borrowing from French goujon (dowel, pin)

NounEdit

goujon (plural goujons)

  1. A thin strip of food, usually fish or chicken.

FrenchEdit

PronunciationEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From Latin gōbiō, gōbiōnem, from gōbius.

NounEdit

goujon m (plural goujons)

  1. gudgeon (fish)

Etymology 2Edit

From gouge +‎ -on.

NounEdit

goujon m (plural goujons)

  1. dowel, pin

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