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Etymology 1Edit

Proper nounEdit

Chili

  1. (dated) Alternative form of Chile
    • 1827, Joseph Andrews, Journey from Buenos Ayres through the provinces of Cordova, Tucuman, and Salta, to Potosi, thence by the Deserts of Caranja to Arica, and subsequently to Santiago de Chili and Coquimbo, undertaken on behalf of the Chilian and Peruvian Mining Association, volume 1, page 274:
      That I might have gone to Chili, and expended nearly the amount of a first instalment, while I passed my hours in comparative enjoyment, you must readily admit was in my power.
    • 1839, John K Townsend, Narrative of a Journey across the Rocky Mountains, to the Columbia River, and a visit to the Sandwich Islands, Chili, &c.
Usage notesEdit
  • This term has been markedly less common than Chile since about 1900.
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Etymology 2Edit

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Chili

  1. A town in New York, US.

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DutchEdit

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /ˈʃili/
  • (Netherlands)
    (file)

Proper nounEdit

Chili n

  1. Chile

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FrenchEdit

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Chili m

  1. Chile

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GermanEdit

 
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NounEdit

Chili n (genitive Chilis, plural Chilis)

  1. (meal) chili

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Chili f (genitive Chili, plural Chilis)

  1. chili (fruit)

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UzbekEdit

 
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Proper nounEdit

Chili

  1. Chile