What does chili mean?

Definitions for chili
ˈtʃɪl ichili

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. chili, chili con carnenoun

    ground beef and chili peppers or chili powder often with tomatoes and kidney beans

  2. chili, chili pepper, chilli, chilly, chilenoun

    very hot and finely tapering pepper of special pungency

Wiktionary

  1. chilinoun

    The spicy fresh or dried fruit of any of several cultivated varieties of capsicum peppers, used especially to add heat, or as a flavouring in cooking; associated with Mexican, Indian and Tex-Mex cuisine.

  2. chilinoun

    A dish made with this fruit and other ingredients, such as beans and beef.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Chilinoun

    a kind of red pepper. See Capsicum

    Etymology: [Sp. chili, chile.]

Freebase

  1. Chili

    Chili is a town in Monroe County, New York, USA. The population was 28,625 at the 2010 census. It is a suburb of the city of Rochester. The Town of Chili was established in 1822 from part of the Town of Riga. North Chili was a stop on the Underground Railroad.

Military Dictionary and Gazetteer

  1. chili

    An independent republic of South America, bordering on the Pacific Ocean. It was invaded by Almagro in 1535, he being sent by Pizarro to subdue the country. In the 16th and 17th centuries violent contests raged between the Spaniards and Indians, both parties suffering severely. The country continued a vice-royalty of Spain till 1810, when a revolution commenced which terminated in its independence in 1817.

Etymology and Origins

  1. Chili

    Peruvian for “land of snow.”

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of chili in Chaldean Numerology is: 4

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of chili in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5

Examples of chili in a Sentence

  1. Camren Brantley-Rios:

    My favorite way to cook crickets is with chili powder or taco seasoning-- I love Mexican food so seasoned crickets with lime juice works with all of my favorite foods.

  2. Paul Rozin:

    People come to like a wide variety of innately negative experiences: the burn of chili pepper in the mouth, the bitterness of coffee, the fear from riding on a roller coaster, such benign masochism is widespread in humans, and we really don't know how that process operates.

  3. Mariza Snyder:

    Abdullah — who now weighs less than she did pre-pregnancy — tries to reach for spices when preparing each meal of the day. For example, she mixes cinnamon into her breakfast smoothies to manage insulin levels and keep blood sugar low, and sprinkles nuts with red chili powder, which increases metabolism, as well as salt, pepper and cumin. For a quick dinner, she marinates chicken overnight with cumin, ginger, garlic, jalapenos, smoked paprika and coriander. She referenced her cauliflower, pea and carrot medley with turmeric, which reduces inflammation. Experts say spices can be beneficial for weight loss, but an active lifestyle and eating well overall are key. Dr. Mariza Snyder, author of The Matcha Miracle, said exercising, avoiding processed foods, and opting for a plant-based diet when possible is crucial. Today, in addition to adding spices to Mariza Snyder food, Abdullah works out about twice a week. Mariza Snyder’s energetic and confident, and no longer feels deprived. Plus, Mariza Snyder weight is at an all-time low for Mariza Snyder adult life. My life has changed because I seek out more active things to do now.

  4. Ted Cruz:

    I miss that moose chili you cooked up for me in Alaska, i hope to get some of that soon.

  5. Mike Hawkins:

    To start with, it just tastes like chocolate, then Sarah Wayne can feel the actual heat coming through, then the chocolate comes back in so it gets a richness, then all the chili comes back, it's the strongest chili chocolate I've ever tried, I must admit.

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