A calque of Thai ไข่ลูกเขย (khai luuk kheeuy), from ไข่ (khai, “egg”) + ลูกเขย (luuk kheeuy, “son-in-law”).
son-in-law egg (plural son-in-law eggs)
- A boiled egg that has been shelled and then deep-fried.
Last modified on 10 November 2012, at 22:44
- kai leuk koey (variously spelled; a Romanization of the Thai term)