Definition of Gigot. Meaning of Gigot. Synonyms of Gigot

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Definition of Gigot

Gigot
Gigot Gig"ot, Giggot Gig"got, n. [F., fr. OF. gigue fiddle; -- on account of the resemblance in shape. See Jig, n.] 1. A leg of mutton. 2. A small piece of flesh; a slice. [Obs.] The rest in giggots cut, they spit. --Chapman.

Meaning of Gigot from wikipedia

- Gigot is a 1962 American comedy film directed by Gene Kelly and starring Jackie Gleason. Gigot (Gleason) (the name means "leg of mutton" in French) is...
- Gigot is a French surname. Notable people with the surname include: Edward Gigot (1847–1928), German-born Canadian merchant and politician Francis Gigot...
- Paul Anthony Gigot (/dʒiːˈɡoʊ/; born May 24, 1955) is an American Pulitzer Prize winning conservative political commentator and editor of the editorial...
- Samuel Florent Thomas Gigot (born 12 October 1993) is a French professional footballer who plays for FC Spartak Moscow in the Russian Premier League as...
- Tony Gigot (born 27 December 1990) is a French professional rugby league footballer who plays as a fullback, centre or stand-off for France at international...
- A gigot bitume (asphalt leg of lamb) is a leg of lamb prepared by wrapping the meat in kraft paper and placing in a bath of hot asphalt. This preparation...
- Charles Gigot (1859–1920) was a French Catholic priest and Sulpician who published many religious books. Born in Indre, France in 1859, Gigot was educated...
- Americanized version of the 1962 film Gigot starring Jackie Gleason, who wrote the original story. In the film, Charlie Gigot, a mute and alcoholic superintendent...
- Edward Francis Gigot (May 30, 1847 – December 3, 1928) was a German-born merchant and political figure in Manitoba. He represented St. Francois Xavier...
- François Gigot de la Peyronie (pronounced [fʁɑ̃swa ʒiɡod la pɛʁɔni]; 15 January 1678 – 25 April 1747) was a French surgeon who was born in Montpellier...