Definition of Chicha

1. Noun. An oriental tobacco pipe with a long flexible tube connected to a container where the smoke is cooled by passing through water. "A bipolar world with the hookah and Turkish coffee versus hamburgers and Coca Cola"




Definition of Chicha

1. n. See Chica.

Definition of Chicha

1. Noun. A fermented beverage, most commonly made from maize, grapes or apples. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Chicha

1. a type of dye [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Chicha

chicaned
chicaner
chicaneries
chicaners
chicanery
chicanes
chicaning
chicano
chicanos
chicas
chiccories
chiccory
chicer
chicest
chich
chicha (current term)
chicharrones
chichas
chicheme
chichemes
chiches
chichi
chichier
chichiest
chichipe
chichis
chick
chick flick
chick flicks
chick heart fibroblast

Literary usage of Chicha

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1. Southey's Common-place Book by Robert Southey (1876)
"They return at night without any burden ; we must carry roots to eat, maize for their chicha. Our husbands when they reach home, go talk with their ..."

2. Narrative of a Journey Across the Cordillera of the Andes, and of a by Robert Proctor (1825)
"I had observed to-day that many of the cottages had boughs hung up at the doors as a sign to travellers that chicha was sold in the rancho. ..."

3. Beverages, past and present v. 2: An Historical Sketch of Their Production by Edward Randolph Emerson (1908)
"But Venezuela chicha is not the chicha of elsewhere, for here it is made of two ... Strangers at first do not like this chicha, but after a few trials, ..."

4. Travels in Various Parts of Peru: Including a Year's Residence in Potosi by Edmond Temple (1830)
"chicha. —Certain prejudices.—Scene in a Dormitory.—Bloom of youth and decrepitude of age.—A splendid and imposing scene at sunrise. ..."

5. Travels in Peru During the Years 1838-1842: On the Coast, in the Sierra by Johann Jakob von Tschudi (1847)
"... the Indians in various Handicrafts—Excess of Brandy-Drinking—chicha—Disgusting mode of making it—Festivals of Saints—Dances and Bull-Fights—Celebration ..."

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