Chippy meaning

chĭpē
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(US, slang) A prostitute or promiscuous woman.
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(UK) A fish-and-chip shop.
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(UK, Australia, New Zealand, slang) A carpenter.
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(New Zealand) A potato chip.
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A chipping sparrow.
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(Australia, slang) The youngest member of a team or group, normally someone whose voice has not yet deepened, talking like a chipmunk.
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(demoscene, informal) A chiptune.
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(US) A chipping sparrow.
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(Canada, UK) Ill-tempered, disagreeable.
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(Canada, sports) Involving violence or unfair play.
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(of wood) Tending to form chips when cut, rather than larger, more usable pieces of wood.
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A woman prostitute.
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Origin of chippy

  • From chip

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • From chip +‎ -y.

    From Wiktionary