Origin of chicle
Examples from the Web for chicle
Historical Examples of chicle
I import into Honduras every year more than two million pounds of chicle.
And this tiger is old, fairly gray bearded, the chicle buyer said.
The camp in which Johnny had enjoyed his wild turkey dinner was a chicle camp.
With chicle at fifty cents a pound at the dock, that should yield a profit.
The bleeding season for chicle begins with the first rainfall.Forbidden Cargoes
Roy J. Snell
Word Origin for chicle
1889, American English (in chicle-gum), from Mexican Spanish chicle, from Nahuatl (Aztec) tzictli.