a pidgin based largely on Nootka, Lower Chinook, French, and English, once widely used as a lingua franca from Alaska to Oregon.
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. […]
[ching-kuh-pin] /ˈtʃɪŋ kə pɪn/ noun 1. a shrubby chestnut, Castanea pumila, of the beech family, native to the southeastern U.S., having toothed, oblong leaves and small edible nuts. 2. Also called golden chinquapin. a Pacific coast evergreen tree, Castanopsis chrysophylla, of the beech family, having deeply furrowed bark, dark green lance-shaped leaves, and inedible nuts. […]
noun 1. a device fixed to the top of a violin or viola to provide a firm rest for the player’s chin.
noun a strap attached to headgear, as a hat, and connecting under the chin to hold it securing in place