noun, plural bi·joux [bee-zhooz, bee-zhooz] /ˈbi ʒuz, biˈʒuz/.
Origin of bijou
Related Words for bijoustone, ornament, trinket, bead, bauble, gem, gemstone, gold, glass, treasure, bracelet, jewel, brooch, costume, necklace, knickknack, tiara, silver, earring, pendant
Examples from the Web for bijou
Contemporary Examples of bijou
Her inner circle of friends included Paris and Nicky Hilton, Bijou Phillips and Lindsay Lohan.Death of an Heiress
January 5, 2010
Historical Examples of bijou
Bijou was the first little male he had ever been jealous of.
What he said to Bijou in an interview that evening of four hours is no business of ours.
A villa at Monte Carlo she decided at last—A bijou of a place!Man and Maid
But this afternoon the levee at Bijou had been the scene of a new panic.Solomon Crow's Christmas Pockets and Other Tales
Ruth McEnery Stuart
But, on reaching the Bijou, she could not restrain a 294 cry.The Bill-Toppers
noun plural -joux (-ʒuːz)
Word Origin for bijou
1660s, from French bijou, from Breton bizou "(jeweled) ring," from bez "finger" (cf. Cornish bisou "finger-ring," 13c.).