grison

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English[edit]

a grison

Etymology[edit]

From Old French gris (gray) + -on (diminutive suffix)

Noun[edit]

grison (plural grisons)

  1. A small, carnivorous South American mammal, of the genus Galictis, somewhat resembling a weasel.

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French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

gris +‎ -on

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Noun[edit]

grison m (plural grisons)

  1. grey-haired man
  2. (dated, colloquial) ass, donkey

Adjective[edit]

grison (feminine singular grisonne, masculine plural grisons, feminine plural grisonnes)

  1. quite grey (especially of hair)