noun, plural choux [shooz for 1; shoo for 2] /ʃuz for 1; ʃu for 2/.
Origin of chou
Examples from the Web for choux
Those of Watteau will make him believe that he could live on candies and choux à la crême.Her Royal Highness Woman|Max O'Rell
The name "choux" (sh) or "cabbage," is often used as a pet name.
Cauliflower in French is "choux fleur" (sh-flr), which means "cabbage flower."
British Dictionary definitions for choux (1 of 2)
noun plural choux (ʃuː)
Word Origin for chou
British Dictionary definitions for choux (2 of 2)
Word Origin and History for choux
"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).