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Definition of Chinche

Chinche
Chinche Chinche, a. [F. chiche miserly.] Parsimonious; niggardly. [Obs.] --Chaucer.

Meaning of Chinche from wikipedia

- called Don Chinche started to be broadcast on national television, which at the time was still wholly owned by the government. Don Chinche (Which could...
- PMID 25276939. S2CID 26829030. Faúndez E. I. (2015). "Primeros registros de la chinche de cama Cimex lectularius Linneo, 1755 (Hemiptera: Cimicidae) en la Isla...
- of Standard Spanish, e.g. la calor not el calor ('the heat'), el chinche not la chinche ('the bedbug'). La mar is also more frequently used than el mar...
- used in Latin America include barbeiros, vinchucas, pitos, chipos and chinches. Most of the 130 or more species of this subfamily feed on vertebrate blood;...
- Suit Gundam 00 – Regene Regetta MosaicAgent Newell ¡Mucha Lucha! – Chinche My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic – Cheerilee, Cinnamon Chai, Crystal...
- Chile and Paraguay, barbeiro (the barber) in Brazil, pito in Colombia, chinche in Central America, and chipo in Venezuela. The bugs tend to feed at night...
- nut plants in Nicaragua. In Honduras, where the bug is known commonly as chinche patona (large-legged bug), it is a minor garden pest. It is a pest of many...
- cultivated crops. In Mexico, some species of stink bugs are called jumil, chinche de monte, xotlinilli, or chumil (e.g. Edessa mexicana). They are most often...
- llorar no lloro (aka Los Victorinos, 1991) El segundo enemigo (1988) Don Chinche (1982-1989) Zarabanda (1989) Yo y tú (1965-1977) (1985-1986) Super Sábado...
- chinch bug. The name of the chinch bug is derived from the Spanish word chinche, which is also used for the bed bug, and is derived from the Latin word...