Tamara Loertscher went to the eau Claire Mayo Clinic in early August when she thought she was pregnant.
So are the brilliant “eau de Lierre” by Fabrice Pellegrin and—anyway, I could go on and on.
French for "water," from Old French eue (12c.), from Latin aqua (see aqua-). In various combinations such as eau de vie "brandy" (1748), literally "water of life;" eau de toilette (1907). For eau de Cologne see cologne.