[shi-boo-guh-moo, -moh; French shee-boo-ga-moo, -moh] /ʃɪˈbu gəˌmu, -ˌmoʊ; French ʃi bu gaˈmu, -ˈmoʊ/
a town in S Quebec, in E Canada.
[chi-book, -boo k] /tʃɪˈbuk, -ˈbʊk/ noun 1. a Turkish tobacco pipe with a stiff stem sometimes 4 or 5 feet (1.2 or 1.5 meters) long. /tʃɪˈbuːk/ noun 1. a Turkish tobacco pipe with an extremely long stem
[sheek] /ʃik/ adjective, chicer, chicest. 1. attractive and fashionable; stylish: a chic hat. noun 2. style and elegance, especially in dress: Paris clothes have such chic. 3. stylishness; modishness: the chic of the firstnighters. 4. casual and understated style, as in dress or décor, that expresses a specified trendy lifestyle or activity: Black-rimmed glasses bring […]
n. “young girl,” U.S. slang, c.2002, from American Spanish chica “girl,” fem. of chico “boy,” noun use of adjective meaning “small” (here used as an affectionate term of address), from Latin ciccum, literally “chick-pea,” figurative of an object of little value (cf. Old French chiche).
[shi-kah-goh, -kaw-] /ʃɪˈkɑ goʊ, -ˈkɔ-/ noun 1. Judy (Judy Cohen) born 1939, U.S. artist, author, and educator. 2. a city in NE Illinois, on Lake Michigan: second largest city in the U.S. 3. a river formed in Chicago that flows through downtown and, as engineered, to the Des Plaines River: part of the Illinois Waterway. […]