or chin·ca·pin, chin·ka·pin
Origin of chinquapin
Examples from the Web for chinquapin
The chinquapin is a Southern tree, which closely resembles the chestnut.Trees Every Child Should Know|Julia Ellen Rogers
We used to git Blackhaw root and cherry bark and dogwood and chinquapin bark, what make good tonic.Slave Narratives: a Folk History of Slavery in the United States From Interviews with Former Slaves|Work Projects Administration
Our native chestnut and its little brother, the chinquapin, are the American cousins of the sweet chestnut of southern Europe.Trees Worth Knowing|Julia Ellen Rogers
On several occasions, in winter, groups of long-eared owls (Asio otus) have been found roosting in thickets of chinquapin oak.
It has no name but chinquapin which is an Indian word supposed to have the same meaning that it now has.American Forest Trees|Henry H. Gibson