bourguignon [boo r-geen-yuhn; French boor-gee-nyawn] ExamplesWord Origin noun French Cookery.

  1. Burgundy(def 5).

Origin of bourguignon From French, dating back to 1915–20, masculine adj.: of Burgundy Examples from the Web for bourguignon Historical Examples of bourguignon

  • It was too absurd; he would go to Bourguignon’s on the morrow.


    Emile Zola

  • Was that lousy Bourguignon going to stop them from having a drink?


    Emile Zola

  • Bourguignon’s affair is still in everybody’s mouth in that quarter.

    The Regent’s Daughter

    Alexandre Dumas (Pere)

  • Thus, in the mouse are found Sarcoptes notoedre, Bourguignon, var.


    T. Spencer Cobbold

  • My brother’s picture was exposed there; it was a battle piece in the style of Bourguignon.

    The Memoires of Casanova, Complete

    Jacques Casanova de Seingalt

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