noun, plural bi·be·lots [bib-lohz; French beebuh-loh] /ˈbɪb loʊz; French bibəˈloʊ/.
Origin of bibelot
Examples from the Web for bibelot
Met him at the Bibelot once, and he was telling us how he attempted to make a fire with a couple of sticks.The Sea-Wolf|Jack London
I set to work at once, and in a very little while my bibelot was selected.Certain Personal Matters|H. G. Wells
Regarded as a bibelot, Mrs. Wigger was, I think, of the first perfection.Turns about Town|Robert Cortes Holliday
She was terribly hurt; in her heart she had always feared her husband regarded her as a bibelot.The Twelfth Hour|Ada Leverson
British Dictionary definitions for bibelot
Word Origin for bibelot
Word Origin and History for bibelot
"small curio," 1873, from French bibelot "knick-knack," from Old French beubelet "trinket, jewel" (12c.), from belbel "plaything," a reduplication of bel "pretty."