[chool-puh] /ˈtʃul pə/
a type of prehistoric stone tower, found in Brazil and Peru, having living quarters over a burial chamber.
[chuh-lim] /tʃəˈlɪm/ noun 1. a river in S central Siberia, Russia, flowing N and W to the Ob River. 1075 miles (1730 km) long.
[chuhm] /tʃʌm/ noun 1. a close or intimate companion: boyhood chums. 2. a roommate, as at college. verb (used without object), chummed, chumming. 3. to associate closely. 4. to share a room or rooms with another, especially in a dormitory at a college or prep school. [chuhm] /tʃʌm/ noun 1. cut or ground bait dumped […]
[Sephardic Hebrew khoo-mahsh; Ashkenazic Hebrew khoo m-uh sh] /Sephardic Hebrew xuˈmɑʃ; Ashkenazic Hebrew ˈxʊm əʃ/ noun, plural Chumashim [Sephardic Hebrew khoo-mah-sheem; Ashkenazic Hebrew khoo-maw-shim] /Sephardic Hebrew ˌxu mɑˈʃim; Ashkenazic Hebrew xʊˈmɔ ʃɪm/ (Show IPA). Hebrew. 1. . [choo-mash] /ˈtʃu mæʃ/ noun, plural Chumashes (especially collectively) Chumash for 1. 1. a member of an American Indian […]
noun A particularly close friend: Yesterday’s villains are tomorrow’s chum-buddies (1950s+)