Definition of doudou in English:

doudou

Line breaks: dou¦dou
Pronunciation: /ˈduːduː
 
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noun

West Indian
A term of endearment.
More example sentences
  • Then at 7:30pm, my Doudou fetched me at the office, and we went on to the Opera area to have a drink before coming home.

Origin

French Creole, from French doux 'sweet'.

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