- chickweed wintergreen,
- chiclero's ulcer,
Origin of chicle
Examples from the Web for chicle
He, Diaz, might gather all the chicle he chose to in that valley.
A few sacks of chicle had drifted away in the night, that was all.
In 1885 the United States imported 929,959 pounds of chicle.The Wonder Book of Knowledge|Various
He wanted very much to go down there and inspect the chicle, yet he had no legal right to do so.
There was no telling at what moment some one might offer him a cargo of cocoanuts, chicle, mahogany or a combination cargo of all.
Word Origin for chicle
1889, American English (in chicle-gum), from Mexican Spanish chicle, from Nahuatl (Aztec) tzictli.