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Chiquita

[chi-kee-tuh; Spanish chee-kee-tah] /tʃɪˈki tə; Spanish tʃiˈki tɑ/
noun
1.
a female given name: from a Spanish word meaning “small.”.
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  • It was just noon when he alighted from the train at Chiquita.

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  • It was on a similar occasion that Chiquita had danced in the patio before her guests.

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  • True, Chiquita was an exception just as she towered above most women of her race.

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  • In vain did he search for another woman to supplant his love for Chiquita.

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  • She knew that Chiquita would have long since returned from the market and would be at home.

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  • Padre mio, you would not have your little Chiquita unhappy, would you?

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