Origin of chillum
Examples from the Web for chillum
Historical Examples of chillum
Gie'em (give them) rice, peas, four cook for chillum, one nurse.Slave Narratives Vol. XIV. South Carolina, Part 2
Works Projects Administration
Chillum, chil′um, n. the part of a hookah containing the tobacco and charcoal balls: a hookah itself: the act of smoking it.
Masson describes a "chillum," or smoking apparatus, found embedded in an ancient wall in Beloochistan.
Thy servant was keeping watch over his masters, and smoking his chillum.Gil the Gunner
George Manville Fenn
My wife had been dead fur sebrel years, an' not habbin' any chillum I libed by myse'f in er cabin on er big plan'ation.Up Terrapin River
Opie P. Read