[kwahn-troh; French kwan-troh] /ˈkwɑn troʊ; French kwɛ̃ˈtroʊ/
a colorless, orange-flavored liqueur.
trademark a colourless liqueur with orange flavouring
an orange-flavored French liqueur that is a colorless form of curaçao
created in 1849 in France by confectioner Adolphe Cointreau and his brother, Edouard-Jean
orange-flavored liqueur, named for founders Adolphe and Edouard-Jean Cointreau, brothers from Angers, France, who set up Cointreau Distillery in 1849. The orange liqueur dates from 1875.
[koh-in-ven-ter] /ˌkoʊ ɪnˈvɛn tər/ noun 1. one of two or more joint .
[koir] /kɔɪr/ noun 1. the prepared fiber of the husk of the coconut fruit, used in making rope, matting, etc. /kɔɪə/ noun 1. the fibre prepared from the husk of the coconut, used in making rope and matting n. “prepared coconut fiber,” 1580s, from Malayalam kayar “cord,” from kayaru “to be twisted.”
/kwar/ noun 1. the French name for Chur
[koi-struh l] /ˈkɔɪ strəl/ noun, Archaic. 1. a scoundrel; knave.