noun Chiefly Southwestern U.S. (esp. among Mexican-Americans)
Origin of chola
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Contemporary Examples of chola
How else to explain her incredibly tacky, definitely sexy, midriff-revealing Chola outfit at the Much Music awards?Miley Cyrus' Age of Consent
June 22, 2010
Historical Examples of chola
So it is not surprising that Chola and Harry should meet in this way and be able to talk to each other.
"I will make him a horse to play with," and Chola seated himself and began to mould the clay as he had seen the old potter do.
Chola could talk of nothing but the "little Sahib" as they jogged home in the "ekka" in the dusk of the evening.
The name Coromandel is said to be derived from Cholamandal, the mandal or region of the ancient dynasty of the Chola.
"There are plenty of men in the street with baskets," returned Chola; but he was beginning to be interested.