noun, plural cu·ri·os.
- curie point,
- curie's law,
- curie, marie,
- curie-weiss law,
- curiosity killed the cat,
Origin of curio
Examples from the Web for curio
Brian Shuster is also developing a VR-friendly web browser known as Curio.Welcome to Oculus XXX: In-Your-Face 3D is the Future of Porn|Aurora Snow|October 18, 2014|DAILY BEAST
But Wigs on the Green provides a lesson in something other than style and is something more than a curio.
"Pick that up and keep it for a curio, Farley," directed Dave coolly.Dave Darrin's Second Year at Annapolis|H. Irving Hancock
Such baskets, large enough to contain five quarts, sell in the curio shops at San Antonio for $1.25 each.American Forest Trees|Henry H. Gibson
There was no evidence of thieves, and yet suspicion made itself plain in every line of the curio dealer's body.The Pointing Man|Marjorie Douie
The curio dealer glanced at the man who had accosted him, and an answering smile lit up his face.The Ivory Snuff Box|Arnold Fredericks
That curio would at this juncture have been regarded as an historical relic of some value.Chats on Old Copper and Brass|Fred. W. Burgess
noun plural -rios
Word Origin for curio
"piece of bric-a-brac from the Far East," 1851, shortened form of curiosity (n.).