[ chi-kee-tuh; Spanish chee-kee-tah ]

  1. a female given name: from a Spanish word meaning “small.”

Words Nearby Chiquita Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2024

How to use Chiquita in a sentence

  • I know this Magpie hoss well, an' it couldn't stand no more show of winnin' a race from Chiquita than a snail would.

    Ted Strong's Motor Car | Edward C. Taylor
  • Three days later the party stood on the brow of a steep bluff looking down upon the Colorado Chiquita river.

  • The tracks of a shod pony satisfied us that we were on the trail of Chiquita and her Navajo rider.

    Captured by the Navajos | Charles A. Curtis
  • Returning to the main brook with Chiquita, we tied the horses to the willows and began a search for Vic.

    Captured by the Navajos | Charles A. Curtis