quinquin

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French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Picard kinken "little child" (poplularized in a song by Alexandre Desrousseaux), from Middle Dutch kindeken (little child), diminutive of kind (child). Compare German Kindchen (small child). More at kind.

Noun[edit]

quinquin m (plural quinquins)

  1. a small child.