Definition of Chiks

1. chik [n] - See also: chik



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Chiks

chigoe
chigoe flea
chigoes
chigre
chigres
chik
chikara
chikara gami
chikara mizu
chikaras
chikhor
chikhors
chikor
chikors
chiks (current term)
chikungunya
chikungunya virus
chil-
chilaiditi syndrome
chilblain
chilblain lupus
chilblain lupus erythematosus
chilblained
chilblains
child
child's body
child's game
child's play
child's room

Literary usage of Chiks

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1. The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General by Thomas Spencer Baynes (1890)
"Li-1800 chiks of li'17, 13-12, or 14'1. Kop 3'3 cubic inches; 10 —shing tsong '96 pint, Uu 9'6 (12 catties of water), ..."

2. Through Siberia by Henry Lansdell (1882)
"... chiks set upon him, and wounded him with 30 stabs. Some four or five were awaiting trial at the time of my visit. Again, a murder took place during my ..."

3. The measures, weights, & moneys of all nations; and an analysis of the by Wesley Stoker Barker Woolhouse (1881)
"... itinerary chiks) = 1826 English foot. Capacity. 10 kops make 1 shing tsong 10 shinga „ 1 tau (12 catties) 10 taus „ 1 ..."

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