Definition of Chirus

1. chiru [n] - See also: chiru



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Chirus

chirts
chiru
chirugion
chirugions
chirurgeon
chirurgeonly
chirurgeons
chirurgeries
chirurgery
chirurgic
chirurgical
chirurgie
chirurgies
chirurgion
chirurgy
chirus (current term)
chis
chisel
chisel fracture
chisel in
chisel steel
chiseled
chiseler
chiselers
chiseling
chiselled
chiseller
chisellers
chiselling
chisels

Literary usage of Chirus

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1. The American Naturalist by American Society of Naturalists, Essex Institute (1880)
"J. Fisher; the second is a true chirus, not uncommon in the markets of this ... The species of the genus chirus are called sea-trout by some dealers in our ..."

2. The Religions of India by Edward Washburn Hopkins (1895)
"... and chirus ... and Koles, and chirus may once have formed one body, and, at any rate, like the last, ..."

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