bourguignon [boo r-geen-yuhn; French boor-gee-nyawn] ExamplesWord Origin noun French Cookery.
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.
Was that lousy Bourguignon going to stop them from having a drink?
Bourguignon’s affair is still in everybody’s mouth in that quarter.
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.
Jacques Casanova de Seingalt