Origin of du jourFr, literally , of the day
Du jour is defined as "of the day" or offered on this day.
If clam chowder is the soup served on Friday's at a restaurant, then clam chowder is an example of the soup de jour on Fridays.
available or offered on this day: a restaurant's soup du jour
often used dismissively for something regarded as one in a series of passing fads [the literary theory du jour]
- Prepared for a given day: The soup du jour is cream of potato.
- Most recent; current: the trend du jour.
Origin of du jourFrench du of the jour day
du jour - Computer Definition
From French, meaning of the day. See also standard.