Also, Chwang-tse. (Chuang Chow) flourished 4th century b.c, Chinese mystic and philosopher.
(italics) a fundamental work on Taoism by Chuang-tzu, dating from the 4th century b.c.
a variant transliteration of the Chinese name for Zhuangzi
[chuhb] /tʃʌb/ noun, plural (especially collectively) chub (especially referring to two or more kinds or species) chubs. 1. a common freshwater fish, Leuciscus cephalus, of European waters, having a thick, fusiform body. 2. any of various related fishes. 3. any of several unrelated American fishes, especially the tautog and whitefishes of the genus Coregonus, of […]
/tʃʌb/ noun 1. trademark a type of patent lock containing a device that sets the bolt immovably if the lock is picked
noun A chubby woman, esp a small one: The poor thing was petrified that Graig would find out what a chubbette she’d become/ a chubbette with ”railroad tracks” across her teeth (1970s+)
[chuhb-ee] /ˈtʃʌb i/ adjective, chubbier, chubbiest. 1. round and plump: a chubby child; a chubby face. /ˈtʃʌbɪ/ adjective -bier, -biest 1. (esp of the human form) plump and round n. 1805, from chubby + -ness. adj. 1610s, literally “resembling a chub,” from chub, the short, thick type of fish + -y (2). Perhaps influenced by […]