noun, plural choux [shooz for 1; shoo for 2] /ʃuz for 1; ʃu for 2/.
- chota nagpur,
- chotzen syndrome,
- chou en-lai,
- chou pastry,
- chou shu-jen,
Origin of chou
Examples from the Web for chou
The remains of the Juan-juan either fled to the Ch'i state or went reluctantly into the land of the Chou.A history of China., [3d ed. rev. and enl.]|Wolfram Eberhard
The people blamed him for not dethroning at once the tyrant Chou Hsin.The Sayings Of Confucius|Confucius
But Chou, with a blow that made the air whistle between his fingers sent her against the wall.Eastern Shame Girl|Charles Georges Souli
In spite of Chous entreaties, Chng would not accompany him so far, but made Chou go, waiting himself by the roadside.
The former was the chief superintendent of supplies for the armies of the tyrant emperor Chou, the Nero of China.Myths and Legends of China|E. T. C. Werner
noun plural choux (ʃuː)
Word Origin for chou
"fashionable knot in a woman's dress or hat," 1883; earlier "small, round, cream-filled pastry" (1706), from French chou, literally "cabbage" (12c.), from Latin caulis "cabbage," literally "stalk" (see cole).