noun, plural hô·tels-Dieu [oh-tel-dyœ] /oʊ tɛlˈdyœ/. French.
Origin of hôtel-Dieu
Examples from the Web for hotel-dieu
At the Hotel-Dieu there is a Sallambier ward which perpetuates his memory.Balzac|Frederick Lawton
The chapel of the religiouses of the Hotel-Dieu, is situated behind the high altar.Rouen, It's History and Monuments|Thodore Licquet
And the devout sisters of the Hotel-Dieu, not fearing death, worked piously and humbly, not out of regard for any worldly honour.The Great Pestilence (A.D. 1348-9)|Francis Aidan Gasquet
A surgeon, a pupil of Gall's came, and our house surgeon, and the head physician from the Hotel-Dieu.Father Goriot|Honore de Balzac
He got the native of Cantal into the Hotel-Dieu, where he took the greatest care of him.The Atheist's Mass|Honore de Balzac