[kin-ohn, kwin-] /ˈkɪn oʊn, ˈkwɪn-/
[shi-noo k, -nook, chi-] /ʃɪˈnʊk, -ˈnuk, tʃɪ-/ noun, plural Chinooks (especially collectively) Chinook. 1. a member of a formerly numerous North American Indian people originally inhabiting the northern shore of the mouth of the Columbia River and the adjacent territory. 2. either of the two languages of the Chinook Indians. Compare , . 3. (lowercase) […]
[shi-noo k-uh n, -noo-kuh n, chi-] /ʃɪˈnʊk ən, -ˈnu kən, tʃɪ-/ noun 1. a language family comprising only and . adjective 2. of or relating to the or to Chinookan.
noun 1. a pidgin based largely on Nootka, Lower Chinook, French, and English, once widely used as a lingua franca from Alaska to Oregon. noun 1. a pidgin language containing elements of Native American languages, English, and French: formerly used among fur traders and Indians on the NW coast of North America
[chee-noh] /ˈtʃi noʊ/ noun, plural chinos for 2. 1. a tough, twilled cotton cloth used for uniforms, sports clothes, etc. 2. Usually, chinos. trousers made of this material. adjective 3. made of chino. [chee-noh] /ˈtʃi noʊ/ noun, plural chinos. Sometimes Disparaging and Offensive. 1. . [chee-noh] /ˈtʃi noʊ/ noun 1. a city in SE California. […]