Chicken vs. Chook

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  • Chicken (noun)

    A domestic fowl, Gallus gallus, especially when young.

  • Chicken (noun)

    The meat from this bird eaten as food.

  • Chicken (noun)

    A coward.

  • Chicken (noun)

    A young or inexperienced person.

  • Chicken (noun)

    A young, attractive, slim man, usually having little body hair; compare chickenhawk.

  • Chicken (noun)

    The dare.

  • Chicken (noun)

    A simple dance in which the movements of a chicken are imitated.

  • Chicken (adjective)


    "Why do you refuse to fight? Huh, I guess you're just too chicken."

  • Chicken (verb)

    To avoid a situation one is afraid of.

  • Chook (noun)

    A chicken, especially a hen.

  • Chook (noun)

    A cooked chicken; a chicken dressed for cooking.

  • Chook (noun)

    A fool.

  • Chook (interjection)

    A call made to chickens.

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