Definition of Trianon in English:


Pronunciation /ˈtrēəˌnän/ /ˈtriəˌnɑn/

proper noun

  • Either of two small palaces in the great park at Versailles in France. The larger was built by Louis XIV in 1687; the smaller, built by Louis XV 1762–68, was used first by his mistress Madame du Barry (1743–93) and afterward by Marie Antoinette.