noun, plural bi·joux [bee-zhooz, bee-zhooz] /ˈbi ʒuz, biˈʒuz/.
Origin of bijou
Related Words for bijouxstone, ornament, trinket, bead, bauble, gem, gemstone, gold, glass, treasure, bracelet, jewel, brooch, costume, necklace, knickknack, tiara, silver, earring, pendant
Examples from the Web for bijoux
Historical Examples of bijoux
I have generally viewed these bijoux from a respectful distance.The Confessions of a Collector
William Carew Hazlitt
Opposite to Bijoux Hills we were for a long time aground on a sand bank.
I sold my bijoux, my all, to get money enough for them to go to England.A Woman's Experience in the Great War
Whist, the books of engravings, and the bijoux of the centre-table were exhausted, and small talk flagged.The Fatal Glove
Clara Augusta Jones Trask
Their natural graces and their bijoux are the details which set off their charms so splendidly.In the Land of Mosques & Minarets
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.).