Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A name in the British West Indies and Australia of the cheyote. See Sechium, cheyote, and *chris-tophine.

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Examples

  • Parte del programa de Callejeros, Bancos con intereses emitido el dia 01/05/09 donde sale gente de Avila; una señora hablando de prostitutas y Orange y un señor diciendo que le pega una patada por debajo del "chocho" a su mujer

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  • y un señor diciendo que le pega una patada por debajo del "chocho" a su mujer

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  • While most of the 16 indigenous languages in Oaxaca picked up speakers during this period, there were some whose numbers decreased - el chontal, el chocho, el ixcateco and el popoloca.

    Fifty Years in Southern Mexico

  • March 4th, 2007 at 9: 18 pm me ha parecio genial es super xulo eso de dibujarte en las manos yo doi otra propuesta bijuaos en el chocho y en la polla las mujeres aguilas y los hombres elefantes es super xulo yo ya lo he probado yv se folla mu bn despues con la pintura eso si si te sale semen kitate la pintura

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  • While most of the 16 indigenous languages in Oaxaca picked up speakers during this period, there were some whose numbers decreased - el chontal, el chocho, el ixcateco and el popoloca.

    Fifty Years in Southern Mexico

  • While most of the 16 indigenous languages in Oaxaca picked up speakers during this period, there were some whose numbers decreased - el chontal, el chocho, el ixcateco and el popoloca.

    Fifty Years in Southern Mexico

  • While most of the 16 indigenous languages in Oaxaca picked up speakers during this period, there were some whose numbers decreased - el chontal, el chocho, el ixcateco and el popoloca.

    Fifty Years in Southern Mexico

  • While most of the 16 indigenous languages in Oaxaca picked up speakers during this period, there were some whose numbers decreased - el chontal, el chocho, el ixcateco and el popoloca.

    Fifty Years in Southern Mexico

  • While most of the 16 indigenous languages in Oaxaca picked up speakers during this period, there were some whose numbers decreased - el chontal, el chocho, el ixcateco and el popoloca.

    Fifty Years in Southern Mexico

  • While most of the 16 indigenous languages in Oaxaca picked up speakers during this period, there were some whose numbers decreased - el chontal, el chocho, el ixcateco and el popoloca.

    Fifty Years in Southern Mexico

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