- chip wagon,
- chipped beef,
Origin of chipmunk
Examples from the Web for chipmunk
From the religious (‘The Holly and the Ivy’) to the secular (‘The Chipmunk Song’), my top 20.
The British rapper, better known as Chipmunk, posted a melancholy message a few weeks ago to his followers on Twitter.
I am sometimes awakened at early dawn by a chipmunk mob that is having a lively time upon the roof.The Rocky Mountain Wonderland|Enos A. Mills
Uncas, the chipmunk, had also demanded and received admittance to the council.The Seven Darlings|Gouverneur Morris
The chipmunk was sitting up on the flat stump, and, held in its paws, was the missing jam tart.The Curlytops at Silver Lake|Howard Roger Garis
Peg would be about as patient as a chipmunk at giving instructions.The Girl Scouts at Camp Comalong|Lillian Garis
Therefore the chipmunk has stripes on his back even today, because Grizzly scratched her in that way.Myths and Legends of British North America|Katharine Berry Judson
Word Origin for chipmunk
1829 (also chitmunk, 1832), from Algonquian, probably Ojibwa ajidamoo (in the Ottawa dialect ajidamoonh) "red squirrel," literally "head first," or "one who descends trees headlong" (containing ajid- "upside down"), probably influenced by English chip and mink. Other early names for it included ground squirrel and striped squirrel.