“full of chinks,” 1640s, from chink (n.1) + -y (2). As a noun by 1879, variant of chink (n.2), derogatory term for “Chinese person;” chiefly British.
[chin] /tʃɪn/ noun 1. the lower extremity of the face, below the mouth. 2. the prominence of the lower jaw. 3. Informal. . verb (used with object), chinned, chinning. 4. Gymnastics. 5. to raise or hold to the chin, as a violin. 6. Archaic. to talk to; chatter with. verb (used without object), chinned, chinning. […]
- Chinless wonder
noun 1. (Brit, informal) a person, esp an upper-class one, lacking strength of character
[Chinese chin-muhn] /Chinese ˈtʃɪnˈmʌn/ noun, Wade-Giles. 1. .
- Chin muscle
chin muscle n. A muscle with origin from the incisor fossa of the mandible, with insertion into the skin of the chin, with nerve supply from the facial nerve, and whose action raises and wrinkles the skin of the chin and pushes up the lower lip.