[chik-uh-saw] /ˈtʃɪk əˌsɔ/
noun, plural Chickasaws (especially collectively) Chickasaw.
a member of a tribe of North American Indians, formerly in northern Mississippi, now in Oklahoma.
the Muskogean language of the Chickasaw.
(pl) -saws, -saw. a member of a Native American people of N Mississippi
the language of this people, belonging to the Muskogean family and closely related to Choctaw
1670s, from Chickasaw Chikasha, the people’s name for themselves.
noun 1. a river in SE Mississippi, flowing S to the Pascagoula River. 210 miles (338 km) long.
[chik-uh-shey] /ˈtʃɪk əˌʃeɪ/ noun 1. a city in central Oklahoma.
[chi-kee, chik-ee] /tʃɪˈki, ˈtʃɪk i/ noun 1. Also, chikee. (among the Seminole Indians) an open-sided structure, usually thatched with palms and serving as a dwelling. 2. a similar structure, used to provide shelter from the sun, as at a beach.
[chik-uh n] /ˈtʃɪk ən/ noun 1. a domestic fowl, Gallus domesticus, descended from various jungle fowl of southeastern Asia and developed in a number of breeds for its flesh, eggs, and feathers. 2. the young of this bird, especially when less than a year old. 3. the flesh of the chicken, especially of the young […]