[Chinese jee-lin] /Chinese ˈdʒiˈlɪn/
a province in NE China, N of the Yalu River. 72,201 sq. mi. (187,001 sq. km).
a port city in this province, on the Songhua River: a former provincial capital.
a province of NE China, in central Manchuria. Capital: Changchun. Pop: 27 040 000 (2003 est). Area: 187 000 sq km (72 930 sq miles)
Also called Chi-lin (ˈtʃiːˈlɪn). a river port in NE China, in N central Jilin province on the Songhua River. Pop: 1 496 000 (2005 est)
noun 1. an edible oil spiced with chili peppers, often used in Chinese cookery.
the pining one, the younger son of Elimelech and Naomi, and husband of Orpah, Ruth’s sister (Ruth 1:2; 4:9).
[chil-ee-pep-er] /ˈtʃɪl iˌpɛp ər/ noun 1. an edible, crimson rockfish, Sebastes goodei, of coastal waters off California.
noun 1. (def 1). [chil-ee] /ˈtʃɪl i/ noun, plural chilies. 1. Also called chili pepper. the pungent pod of any of several species of Capsicum, especially C. annuum longum: used in cooking for its pungent flavor. 2. . 3. a meatless version of . n. also chilli, 1660s, from Nahuatl chilli, native name for the […]