Definition of ambigu in English:

ambigu

noun

historical
  • A meal or banquet at which many different dishes are served together; specifically one at which different courses are served simultaneously. Sometimes more widely: a mixture of things not usually combined.

Pronunciation

ambigu

/ˈambɪɡ(j)uː/ /ˈɒmbɪɡ(j)uː/

Origin

Mid 17th century; earliest use found in Parliamentary Papers. From French ambigu meal or banquet at which the main course and the dessert are served simultaneously, mixture of things not usually combined, specific use as noun of ambigu, adjective.