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Definition of Chica

  • A red coloring matter. extracted from the Bignonia Chica, used by some tribes of South American Indians to stain the skin.
  • A fermented liquor or beer made in South American from a decoction of maize.
  • A popular Moorish, Spanish, and South American dance, said to be the original of the fandango, etc.

How to use chica in a sentence. Chica pronunciation.

Columbus continued sailing for the island he named Fernandina, now called Inagua Chica.
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Ok xepe [c]a chuvi huyu Deoçacvancu; xpe [c]a ronohel xeul chi[c]a chuvi hunchic huyu, Meahauh rubi.
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Ah Nonovalcat, Ah Xulpiti, xecha chi[c]a conohel ahlabal: Chinak ti ki[c]ovibeh chuvi palouh, at kacha[t], xecha.
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Xoh cha chi[c]a oh Cakchiquel vinak: xa ni[c]ah ta[t]ah xnucol vivi, xaxi kapon uleuh; quere[c]a xubinaah vi Chita[t]ah ri, [t]ucumatz tucheex hunchic, xa paya xucol viri.
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Tok xemi[c]h chi[c]a ruma chee ruma [c,]iquin, quere ti[c]hao chee xca[c]axah, xxuban chi[c]a pe [c,]iquin.
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Xepe chi[c]a chiri xei[c]o chipe Çeçic Ynup rubi, xaceel chuvi choy; ri ynup maqui na tiquil, mani ruxe ri ynup, xatibilan chuvi ya.
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Xahauar chi[c]a ahauh Xitayul Hax.
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Mani chi[c]a x[c]uluben ahauh cuma ok xecam, tok xoquebex [c]a cochoch ahpopo ruma achiha, xe[c]iz cam ahpopo cuma achiha.[TN-19] maqui ruchi ahauh; tan [c]a [c]oh ahauh chuvi tinamit Panpetak; cani [c]a rachcamic ahauh xrah ux cuma achiha: ru[c]in navipe qui chij ru[c]ahol ahauh xcoquebeh rochoch ahauh Panpetak; cani [c]a xelahpe ahauh [c]ikab chique achiha.
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Ru xe chi[c]a [c]haoh vae.
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Chupam [c]a voo huna, vae ok ixtiquer yauabil, yxnu[c]ahol, nabey xyabix ohb, ratzam xyavabix chi[c]a qui[c], [t]ana chuluh, kitzih tixibin chi camic xi[c]o oher.
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When on the coast of Tumbez, and before landing, "ten or twelve floats were immediately sent out with a plenty of provisions, fruits, pots of water, and of chica, which is their liquor, as also a lamb.
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They obtained, however, a good view of the Boca Chica, or harbour entrance, and took careful note of the fact that it was effectually commanded, at its narrowest and most difficult point, by a battery built on the very beach itself, and a fort, or castle, crowning the crest of a hill immediately above.
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Then, to save time, Dick determined to risk the passage of the Boca Chica, the usual harbour entrance, instead of taking the longer route out to sea behind the island of Baru, relying upon the indifferent lookout of the sentinels as reported by Marshall to enable the boat to pass undetected.
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So sorely were they pressed for time that Dick dared not waste any in the attempt to elude observation by creeping in, as on the first occasion, behind the island of Baru; he headed as straight as the wind would allow for the Boca Chica, trusting that he might be fortunate enough to slip through unobserved in the darkness, especially as it was now past three o'clock in the morning-and if the sentinels slept at all at their posts, after the warning to hold themselves on the alert which they might be supposed to have received from the authorities, they might be expected to be asleep now.
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Two minutes later the boat swept round the low point which forms the southern extremity of Tierra Bomba Island; and then her occupants saw what it was that had so strongly attracted the attention of the Spaniards; for, scarcely three miles away, they beheld the _Adventure_ beating up toward the Boca Chica under a heavy press of canvas.
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So Dick went up on the poop and, stationing himself to windward, conned the ship as she beat in toward the Boca Chica against the fast-failing land breeze.
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With swelling sails distended by the ever-freshening sea breeze, the _Adventure_ now swept boldly in for the mouth of the Boca Chica, and presently a curl of white water revealed the presence of the shoal of which Dick Chichester had spoken, right in the middle of the fairway.
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China, Columbus's belief that he had reached, 397 n. Christianity, introduced into Greenland, 23-26; in Greenland, 29, 56, 57, 71-74; in Iceland, 46; and New World, 352. Chuzona chica, Rio, 219 n. Ciamba, province of, 393. Cibao, 197; reports of gold, 202; mentioned, 206; explored, 312-313; mines, 338. Ciguare, described by natives, 394-395. Cinquin, Cabo de, 168; Columbus approaches, 171, 174. Cipango, 101 n.; Columbus desires to find, 113; Cuba mistaken for, 126, 127, 128, 130; mentioned, 197, 202, 212.
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Examples of Chica

Example #1
There was a calm all day and he did not arrive in time to anchor safely before dark.
Example #2
He therefore waited till morning, and anchored near a town.
Example #3
They rushed forth and passed across the sand, and following one another we came to the shore of the sea, and we arrived at the edge of the water.
Example #4
There indeed is our hope, we must gather together on these first lands,” they said; “here only can we arrange ourselves since leaving Tulan.
Example #5
They were on the border of the ocean; they were there in their boats.
Example #6
All of us then gathered together, and soon we met face to face a party of warriors, called those of Nonovalcat and those of Xulpit.