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ching - The sound a disk makes when hitting the chains in disk golf.

e.g., That was a sweet ching.

submitted by Port

ching - Money, shortened version of Ka-ching, the sound of an older cash register.

e.g., "Why are you out here begging?" "Here's the thing, I need some ching."

submitted by rico

chingalow - Low on money.

e.g., I've been kind of chingalow since I got this new job. Better than it was when I was unemployed, though.

submitted by hilow

chingaso - a little thing that you can't remember the name of right now. Taken from Spanish

e.g., Hand me that little Chingaso over there.

submitted by Gyminee

chinger - To look at someone in a less than pleasant manner, then continue to talk about that person in a nasty fashion.

e.g., Chris has been chingering me all day.

submitted by Black Mage

chinglish - A combo of Chinese and English.

e.g., She was speaking Chinglish, so I was able to catch only about half of what she said. Every other word.

submitted by Eve

chinstache - A small patch of long hair on one's chin, but not a goatee or beard.

e.g., It looks like all of DEFROST have chinstaches; they should shave better.

submitted by Xander Bluesummers

chip - Fine, OK, all right.

e.g., Bert: Can I borrow your car, Ernie? ERnie: That's chip with me.

submitted by Nadia - (www)

chip-head - One who is obsessed with computers.

e.g., He's such a chip-head he could draw you a diagram of the internal cicuit of the Pentium 4 microprocessor.

submitted by Stephen Mize

chip-shop - Half-hearted or inadequate.

e.g., Your CV is completely chip-shop.

submitted by mike stringer - (www)

chipmonks - Religious electronics workers.

e.g., The chipmonks aways closed down the assembly line on the Sabbath, which drove Intel management crazy.

submitted by S. Berliner, III - (www)

chipped sheep - This is very much like chipped beef, only it's mutton or lamb. It has its own unique flavor and qualities, appealing to the most discriminating palate, economical when it's cheap chipped sheep, but so far available only on the Moon, where they'll eat just about anything. See you on Luna at the Lunatix Diner. Bring lots of credits and be sure to explore our craters. Our seas may be dry but our teas are quite wet!

e.g., On our recent trip to Luna's famous Sea Side Spa we had the good fortune to try their local dish, chipped sheep a la lune. We arranged to have cheap chipped sheep shipped to our home in Terra's Eighth Quadrant by express rocket before we left Luna.

submitted by Paul Edic - (www)

chippermonky - Hi, I'm Dr. Evil. Due to the lack of 3's we are now changing 3 to chippermonky, so wherever you used to say 3, You will now say "chippermonky" instead.

e.g., 1, 2, chippermonky, 4, 5. I have chippermonky new ideas.

submitted by Chippermonky

chippie - A malicious teenybopper. The chippie lifestyle is exemplified in Seventeen and in television shows directed at the 13 to 18 age bracket. These girls are loud, especially enthusiastic, but insecure. They are generally not very interesting to talk to as their passions range only from boys to shopping.

e.g., In the girl's restroom, the chippies were fixing their makeup and gossiping about the new boy they all thought was gorgeous. Ugh.

submitted by Meredith - (www)

chipple - A very small chip.

e.g., Bob. The chippy filled this bag with chipples.

submitted by Guttius

chippy - Chiefly British expression used to describe the upper classes, particularly their accents.

e.g., He's got a Saville Row suit, a Hermes tie, and a chippy accent. My bet is he's very rich.

submitted by Stephen Mize

chirophany - The signalling of disdain by the showing of finger signals -- one digit in the US, two in the UK.

e.g., Motorists are among the most skilled practitioners of chirophany and, indeed, possess a complex vocabulary based entirely upon this form of communication.

submitted by April 23rd

chiropract - A back formation (get it?) from chiropractor. To manipulate, as by a chiropractor. | To massage.

e.g., Maybe you need to be chiropracted to relieve the pain in your back. | Chiropract my neck, sweetheart.

submitted by HD Fowler

chirp - The sound tyres make when a fast gearchange is made in a manual car or an automatic car equipped with a shift kit. Chirpy, chirping.

e.g., John was hammering the Falcon GT up the road, chirping the tyres on every single gearchange.

submitted by George

chirpacious - Overly cheerful.

e.g., She was so chirpacious it got on my nerves.

submitted by David Richardson

chirpoof - The sound made by a small exploding bird.

e.g., As she sang to it, Cheryl was astonished to see the small robin look back at her and disappear with a chirpoof.

submitted by Misako Kairo - (www)

chirt - Flirting while chatting online.

e.g., Honey, are you chirting again? Get out of that chatroom and pay attention to me.

submitted by Steve Jasper

chisausa? - Expression used by UK kebab vendors, usually of Turkish nationality. Compression of "Chili sauce, salad?"

e.g., "Large doner please, my good man." "Chisausa?"

submitted by Adam Leslie

chitlins - Southern urbonics for "children."

e.g., Git thim chitlins in tha house. It's suppatime.

submitted by steve zihlavsky

chitlins - Food prepared from intestines, usually hog intestines ("chitterlings," in full).

e.g., Contrary to what another submitter said, "chitlins" is NOT Southern urbonics for "children" as in his example: "Git thim chitlins in tha house. It's suppatime." Much as I hate to dispute a submitter, that word is "chilluns," as submitted with "skonan" by Jim Barclay. One shouldn't mess with REAL words in the PD. {ED. The policy of the pd is to allow submitters to mess with real words if they so choose. The editors do so themselves. In some cases, we'll allow submitters to mess with each other.}

submitted by S. Berliner, III - (www)

chive - Something stuck between your teeth

e.g., Do you have a toothpick? I think I have a chive.

submitted by Mrs. Jack Black

chive free - Response to "chive scan" wherein your date's teeth are indeed free of remaining food particles. Abbreviated as "CF."

e.g., "Do I have anything in my teeth?" "Nope. chive free."

submitted by Laura

chive scan - The practice of examining your date's teeth after a meal to make sure there are no lingering food particles. Can be abbreviated CS.

e.g., Can you run a chive scan, make sure Im clear?

submitted by relay

chivers - It is that feeling that you get, when you get that sudden shiver up your spine combining with the sensation od the chill that lasts longer than a shiver and shorter than being chilled. This is the combination of two words created by the dyslexic mind.

e.g., Ooo (ajusting posture), I just got chivers again.

submitted by LP

chivilrist - Someone who is very chivalrous.

e.g., He was always polite to the ladies like a good chivilrist.

submitted by Josh

chiweenie - A dog that is a cross between a chihuahua and a dachsund.

e.g., Rachel found a chiweenie at the dog shelter.

submitted by K

chizmate - What it sounds like when australians say, "Cheers, mate."

e.g., "I'll pick that up for you." "Chizmate."

submitted by adam sontag - (www)

chizzle-pig - A woodlouse, also known as a cheeselog by some people.

e.g., There's a chizzle-pig on the carpet . Quick, tread on it.

submitted by Alison

chizzy - "Awesome, super, happening." Not original.

e.g., We have several, but we certainly don''t have a surfeit of chizzy submittals.

submitted by HD Fowler - (www)

chlomostlestangerine - Klom-os-tl-stan-ger-een. The way your nose feels when it's stuffy and really really dry inside. You can do nothing about it. Can also be used to describe a feeling of helplessness or stagnation.

e.g., I can't do anything about that problem ... I feel so chlomostlestangerine. You gotta help me.

submitted by Princess Suzy - (www)

chlorine hair - Hair which turns green due to constant exposure to chlorinated water.

e.g., Tandy is really cute, except in the summer when she gets a case of chlorine hair.

submitted by Paul

chloroimbecile - An oxymoron containing two perfect antonyms.

e.g., Amateur professional wrestling is my favorite spectator sport.

submitted by Will Mengarini - (www)

chlorophilia - 1. An abnormal attraction to plants. Esp. cucumbers, carrots, bana,as etc. 2. Vegetarian, vegan.

e.g., Pardon me, waiter. Is there a vegetarian main that comes with the banquet? My friend suffers from chlorophilia which restricts her from eating meat.

submitted by matt clarke

chlorophobia - An abnormal fear of plants, in particular edible plants such as green vegetables.

e.g., Sorry, I can't eat that. I'll just have steak and chips. I suffer from a rare condition known as chlorophobia.

submitted by matt

cho cho - Synonym for chocolate, but much more fun to say.

e.g., It may be bad for your health, but I love cho cho sundaes.

submitted by Mike Jump

cho's - Nachos.

e.g., Bro's, you want to get some cho's with some extra peno's?

submitted by elliot

choade - Can mean anything as long as it's derogatory or disgusting.

e.g., Your boyfriend's an unrepentant choade. OR I drank too much, I'm gonna choade.

submitted by Trent - (www)

choastie - A toasted cheese sandwich, contraction of "cheese" and "toastie."

e.g., I'm so hungry that I'll have to have a choastie with my soup for lunch.

submitted by Claire

chobeez - 1. The feeling of uncontrollable excitement you get upon meeting someone whose presence in your life or circle of friends proves to be very exciting or revolutionary. Usually characterized by loud nonsense sounds, squealing, and rapid movement of head, arms, or hands.

e.g., With our shared interest in digital music, Pearl and I connected right away. It gave me the chobeez just thinking about how she would be able to help me further my own flagging career.

submitted by Elyse The Conqueror

chobo - Adjective (cho-boh)- Korean in origin. To be very bad at something. A newbie. Someone who is not elite.

e.g., That chobo driver can't stay in his lane.

submitted by Jeff

chochy - Cheesy, greasy guy.

e.g., Chris may well set a new world record for being chochy.

submitted by Nikki

chocky moo - Chocolate milk, taken from an interview with Hugh Grant on _The Actor's Studio_.

e.g., For Christmas, I leave Santa some cookies and a glass of chocky moo.

submitted by Kelley

chocky shorts - Chock full of nuts is a heavenly men's brief. Throw out the fig leaf, home for the big beef, it's chocky shorts.

e.g., Even though they're currently popular, if boxers don't do the trick, chocky shorts will hold everything in place.

submitted by Paul Edic - (www)

chocolacuted - The result of having consumed excessive amounts of chocolate: chocolate overload. Often characterized by an intense need for water or salty foods.

e.g., The "death by chocolate" sundae was great while I was eating it, but now I feel like I've been chocolacuted.

submitted by Jordana

chocolate - Full of coffee and milk.

e.g., A visit to Starbucks leaves you chocolate.

submitted by S. Berliner, III - (www)

chocolate panzer - Any one of a later-model German-made large, boxy sedan (usually a Mercedes), painted chocolate or any other cenfectionary color--butterscotch, creme, etc.

e.g., Check out that Benz. That's one serious chocolate panzer.

submitted by mark

chocolate teapot - Something that is useless for what it is designed.

e.g., I know it looks good, but it doesn't work at all. It's about as useful as a chocolate teapot.

submitted by chuey

chocolate, the - The bomb, awesome, sweet, phat.

e.g., Fitty Cent's new disk is the chocolate. Best he's done in years. I can't wait to download most of it.

submitted by Chrissy Gorman

chocopeanutbutteraholic - A person obsessed with the combination of peanut butter and chocolate, particularly as found in many Reese's products.

e.g., A long-time chocopeanutbutteraholic, Troy finally succumbed to his lover's demand that he seek professional treatment.

submitted by Ross Pitman

chocospurfulation - Flatulating sound the squeezable chocolate sauce container makes when it's almost empty. Can be used with a variety of condiments: mustospurfulation, ketchospurfulation, etc.

e.g., Sally looked insulted and glared at Mark from across the room while Mike was making sundaes. He said, "Hey, that's not me, it's chocospurfulation."

submitted by Mark-man

chod - Bad, unsatisfactory, worrisome, nasty.

e.g., "Last night I got so drunk my tongue went black and fell off." "That was a bit chod, wasn't it? How did you get it reattached to say that?"

submitted by Mel Harrison

chode - Collective noun: a chode of liberals. See UrbanDictionary for less savory definitions.

e.g., I was inundated by a chode of liberals as I approached the polling station.

submitted by beelzebub - (www)

chode - A short, stout person. | A collective noun (as in gaggle of geese) for a group of political extremists whether Left or Right. | Term of venery for a group of liberals, progressives, or other leftists or social justicists.

Collective Nouns -- Original Message --
From: Sahil K. Rapper
To: ojo@ojohaven.com
Sent: Tuesday, October 28, 2008 10:22 PM
Subject: Collective Noun Page - Suggestion

Among my least favorite "words" is chode. It has been given almost 500 definitions at UrbanDictionary. [You'll find more than 15,000 hits googling the site for it.] I've bothered to look at only the first three or four and the last -- the latter in an effort to find out how many definitions had been submitted. None of the definitions I saw was suitable for a family-oriented site.

Among my least favorite people are liberals, not just people to the left of center, but people so far left as to be . . . irritating to me. Also among my least favorite people are the religious right or evangelicals who seem to have little to do other than find e-mails to forward. I got one the other day that was so ridiculous I did something I had never done before -- I sent a response to hundreds of people in the e-mail tree to tell them to quit sending idiotic e-mails. I even bought software to search my hard drive to generate the mailing list I used -- I'll probably never use that list again.

Anyway, here's how to use the collective noun chode: a chode of liberals. On the other hand, if you're a liberal: a chode of conservatives. Here's the deal -- you can pick the group that chode is used to refer to. My preference is that it be used for the extreme Left, but it can also be used for the extreme Right -- either way, for someone who has no tolerance at all for someone in the other part of the political spectrum.

My objective is to give chode something other than an x-rated definition.

Regards,

SKR

e.g., Amy's in love with a chode. | I had planned to vote early, but when I got to the library a huge chode of liberals was already there. Oh, well, it won't matter, anyway. McCain is going to win Idaho by anywhere from 25 to 40%. The best I can say for McCain is that he'll get my vote as the lesser of two weevils if I can't cast my write-in vote for Bozo the Clown. (Yeah, I know Bozo's dead. Long live Bozo.) | The current failing economy should make the climate control chodes very happy. The more factories that get shut down and taken out of operation, the less energy consumed. With lower energy consumption comes lower greenhouse gas emissions. | I wonder when the chodes calling for electric- and hybrid-powered cars will come to the realization that the power to recharge batteries doesn't come from the wall or the energy tree -- it comes from burning fossil fuels in power plants. The plants that don't use fossil fuels use either hydroelectric energy or nuclear energy. Don't the chodes care how many snail darters have to be sacrificed to keep them from eating their shoes for Thanksgiving dinner? | Nothing else perturbs me quite like the hypocritical all-knowing and all-powerful gods chodes Al Gore and Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. They travel by private jet and have carbon footprint dozens of times the size of us mere mortals. Carbon credits, my ass. Assholes.

submitted by Amy | HD Fowler ~ Sahil K. Rapper - (www)

choffee - Coffee and a chat.

e.g., Do you want to meet up for choffee after work?

submitted by Peter Couch

chog - Esp. of traffic: sluggish, densely-packed, slow-moving. Also, "choggy."

e.g., We were going to take the new road but it was choggy with beach traffic.

submitted by hippo

chogret - A close friend.

e.g., Hey, chogret, let's go to the mall tonight.

submitted by Stephanie & Maggie

chogy - Always used in the phrase, "cut a chogy." Means to rapidly leave and head for another location.

e.g., Buddy, we'd best cut a chogy for home, while the gettin' is good.

submitted by Steve McDonald

choice - Awesome

e.g., "Choooiiice"

submitted by big b

choir junkie - Equivalent of band geek for choir class.

e.g., I can't believe what a choir junkie Tina is. She is in the choir room all the time.

submitted by Cassie

choke and puke - Used to refer to diners and small restaraunts.

e.g., Lets stop at a choke and puke for some dinner on the way.

submitted by Camw

choke n' puke - Canadians' nickname for McDonald's.

e.g., "Where do you want to eat tonight?" "Let's go to Choke N' Puke."

submitted by Ginberry

choke the kitty - Scaring someone away from your overbearingness, particularly in a romantic relationship.

e.g., J: I want you to tell me you love me. M: Uh... don't you think you're choking the kitty there?

submitted by Julie

choke yourself - To display your distaste for another's disposition, usually used when you're glad you're not in her shoes.

e.g., A. My boss said I have to work this weekend. B. Just choke yourself.

submitted by Ian - (www)

choke zone - Opposite of comfort zone. Esp. sports, an uncomfortable area of the field to shoot or throw from, a situation where you feel likely to fail.

e.g., I made the birdie from 15 feet inside the choke zone.

submitted by Brian McNeal

chokel - Preferred method of execution when dealing with yokels.

e.g., Step out of your tractor and prepare to be chokeled.

submitted by Isolation Tank

choker - Not something you'd wear around your neck, but a cable or chain that is looped around a log in the forest. A choker-setter, who is usually young and nimble, wraps the choker around a log that has been felled and hooks it to a cable. An engine winds up the cable and drags the log to a loading area. It's a dangerous job and requires constant alertness.

e.g., The choker-setter hooked-up the cable and sprinted for safety, before signaling to have the log hauled to the loading area.

submitted by Steve McDonald

chokle - To inhale a liquid while chuckling at something funny.

e.g., I was trying to drink my soda, but she said something too funny and I chokled.

submitted by Joseph Swartz

chokolatenfreude - The joy that comes from eating chocolate

e.g., One bite of that Godiva chocolate bar gave me considerable chokolatenfreude.

submitted by Lee

cholesteroll - A delicious, buttery, cheesy biscuit.

e.g., Pass the cholesterolls please.

submitted by Betsy Andrews - (www)

chombie - A customer of a retail store that is usually unable to find the commodities he wishes to purchase.

e.g., A clerk conversing with co-worker: "Yesterday, I had to help this chombie find the limes."

submitted by James

chomley - A contraction of "chamomile tea."

e.g., Would you like a cup of chomley?

submitted by SofaMan

chomo - Prison slang for child molester.

e.g., The separated area on the map is the prisons chomo ward. I suppose they do that because the chomos might be attacked if they werent isolated from the general population. Do you have any idea how often allegations of child molesting are falsely brought in divorce cases these days? Some of the prisoners deserve protection.

submitted by chloe

chomolongma - (int.) 1. "Yes!" "All right!" "Mazel Tov!" "We did it!" and the like. 2. First place, the winner, the leader, the superlative (like the biggest city, the deepest place in the ocean, etc.). 3. The commander or boss in any given undertaking or organization. (The word is the local name for Mt. Everest: "Chomolongma" or "Zhumulangma Feng" (the translation is more or less "the Goddess Mother of the World"); see also "Qogir Feng" (which is the name of the second highest mountain in the world).)

e.g., "They just announced the bid results ... We got the project!" "Yes! Chomolongma! Good job, everyone. Now, let's get to work."

submitted by Scott M. Ellsworth

chomp at the bit - To be eager or nervous. Champ at the bit has morphed into chomp at the bit, exspecially in the United States.

e.g., Chomping at the bit, Chester said, "Get the lion out of the cage and I'll give it a try."

submitted by HD Fowler - (www)

chompers - Exclaimed just before biting into something, with the intent of eating 40-60 percent of it with the initial bite. Especially pertinent to sandwiches or burgers.

e.g., Ah, this is a boss-looking burger, chappy. Well, chompers! (chomp)

submitted by zombie shoemaker

chomps - any type of food

e.g., "I'm hungry. I'm gonna get me some chomps."

submitted by Michelle - (www)

chonda - A distance away.

e.g., I need to go to the store over chonda.

submitted by Josh PRiddy

chongbonger - Fictional character, part samurai, part sumo. Secret weapon is the super joint.

e.g., Chongbonger was devastated when he learned that Lord Zurg, the evil emperor of the galaxy, was his father. He also found that because Zurg enjoyed the odd puff, his super joint was powerless against him.

submitted by Wombo

chongy - Slang for "chewing gum."

e.g., All right, mate, got any chongy?

submitted by Martyn

chonky - Bulbous, or chunky. The word was invented when a New Zealander attempted to say "chunky," and what she said was "chonky."

e.g., Stacey: Have you seen Jaws? Tracey: No, why? Stacey: There is this one part when all these chonky bits of humans were floating in the water.

submitted by Sammmy

choo-choo - Awesome character in the cartoon Top Cat.

e.g., Choo-Choo is part of an entertaining cartoon from Hanna-Barbera.

submitted by lunar shadows

choo-choo shelia - Person who is along for the free ride.

e.g., Hed never have married her if hed known she was just a choo-choo shelia and always looking for a better ride.

submitted by Adrian R. Lawler

chooch - A person who does something stupid by making a lame comment or a physical action without thinking first.

e.g., Alyson sure looked like a chooch when she blew that bubble and the gum flew out of her mouth onto her in-laws plate.

submitted by alyson ulsh

choofy - Worthless, trivial, unimportant; noun form is "Choofacabra." (Credited to James Ruggieri and Sandice Alaska.)

e.g., The whole system is completely choofy; it's a complete waste of time. | Chris is a Choofacabra -- he never does any work.

submitted by Scott Adams - (www)

chook - Australian slang for chicken.

e.g., We're having chook for dinner.

submitted by shadowcat

chook - This is a word used by some people of the West Indies. It is often used to describe being pricked by an object such as a pin or a nail.

e.g., Please don't chook me. | The boy chooked me. | I got chooked by the protruding nail.

submitted by hyaciinth

chooka - Someone who doesn't just exaggerate, she over-exaggerates.

e.g., Chris is still a chooka -- he told me he and his buddies knocked out 18 guys. John said, "Chris didn't knock out anyone. The rest of us did. Chris was a spectator, just egging us on."

submitted by Jess

chookies - Chocolate chip cookies.

e.g., I don't like chookies; I prefer oatmeal raisin.

submitted by Chris

choom - 1. Often said in preparation to do something 2. An expression of happiness after receiving an alcoholic beverage. 3. In Scotland, choom can also be used to initiate lovemaking.

e.g., 1. Och, right time to do some work... choom! 2. A lovely pint of whiskey! Choom! 3. Come a little closer and choom me up.

submitted by Scotch Eggs

choom choom - Life personified, according to Mr. Paris of Hinsdale Central.

e.g., Choom choom, Mr. Paris.

submitted by al - (www)

chooooow - Ciao, goodbye. From Eddie Izzard's "Dress to Kill" sketch. Must be said Chooooow. A way in whcih Eddie Izzard Fans often say goodbye.

e.g., "Later, man." "Later." "Chooooow."

submitted by Marcus

chop - An absolute jerk. A person who thinks she is cool and has lots of friends. The truth is, nobody likes her.

e.g., Pam is a chop. Why does she hang out with us when we tell her to go away?

submitted by Bier Fuhrer

chop chop - Pseudo or pidjin Chinese? For hurry, up, quick, fast, speed it u p.

e.g., Chop chop, mama-san, baby is loudly clying and needing milk of human kindness from best breast, please.

submitted by Paul Edic - (www)

chop chop suey, suey - Quickly prepared finely chopped Chinese vegetables, meat, bean sprouts, house-fried rice, all in a heap, moist, tasty, delicious. Moist roast pork, pig, ham, salt pork, all varieties.

e.g., Mama san dish out food for baby san, he say chop chop suey, suey, he is very hungry and cannot wait.

submitted by Paul Edic - (www)

choppicer - A member of the law enforcement community. They typically are just one notch better than a meter-maid and can usually be found with a well-waxed moustache and a small man complex.

e.g., Ahhh, crap. Here comes Farley, choppicer extraordinaire. Probably trying to win another award from the Mothers Against Drunk Driving.

submitted by Barnacles - (www)

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