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WHAT DOES CHOCO MEAN IN ENGLISH?
Chocó may refer to: ▪ Chocó Department, Colombian administrative region ▪ El Chocó - a name for Tumbes-Chocó-Magdalena, Pacific coastal region, extending through Panama, Colombia, Ecuador and Peru ▪ Choco languages, family of Native American languages, in Colombia and Panama ▪ Chocó people, former name of the Embera-Wounaan, a group of semi-nomadic Indians in Panama ▪ Guilherme Choco, Brazilian footballer Choco may also be an alternative name for: ▪ A shortening of the phrase "chocolate soldier", a derogatory name for soldiers of the Australian Army Reserve ▪ Chayote, edible plant ▪ Chocobo, fictional bird, in various Square Enix Final Fantasy games ▪ Mark Williams, former coach of the Port Adelaide Football Club ▪ Someone from the Mexican state of Tabasco ▪ Choco Australian racist slang for a person of non-caucasian ethnicity, aka wog. Considered derogatory and offensive.
The translations of choco from English to other languages presented in this section have been obtained through automatic statistical translation; where the essential translation unit is the word «choco» in English.
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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «CHOCO» OVER TIME
The graph expresses the annual evolution of the frequency of use of the word «choco» during the past 500 years. Its implementation is based on analysing how often the term «choco» appears in digitalised printed sources in English between the year 1500 and the present day.
Examples of use in the English literature, quotes and news about choco
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «CHOCO»
Discover the use of choco in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to choco and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
A Mother for Choco
A lonely little bird named Choco goes in search of a mother
Louie's older brother bets his new skateboard that Louie can't go an entire week without eating any chocolate.
Jeffrey Kindley, 1996
A Mother for Choco
A lonely little bird named Choco goes in search of a mother.
Choco to A.I.F.
Its private soldiers were the inventors of that damn word "choco" as the
contemptuous term to be used by "fighting soldiers" (themselves) for "soldiers
who didn't want to fight" (the rest). The name originated from the musical comedy
John H. Blackwell, 1994
Choco is serious and reliable while Mimi is silly and spoiled rotten, but they both have a flair for fashion!
Konami Sonoda, 2010
The Indians of Central and South America: An Ethnohistorical ...
CHOCO. The Choco Indians are a tropical forest people occupying the
southeastern area of Darien Province in Panama and the northern Pacific coast
of Colombia. Actually, Choco is a generic term referring to a number of
Amerindian groups ...
James Stuart Olson, 1991
Palaeoseismology: Historical and Prehistorical Records of ...
Klaus Reicherter, Alessandro M. Michetti, Pablo Gabriel Silva, 2009
Library of Congress Subject Headings
C6] UF Andagueda Indians Cholo Indians Citara Indians Paparo Indians BT
Indians of Central America—Panama Indians of South America—Colombia NT
Embera Indians —Religion —W0men USE Choco women Choco Indians (Brazil)
Library of Congress. Cataloging Policy and Support Office, 2005
Between Resistance and Adaptation: Indigenous Peoples and ...
Conversion. and. Control: The. Franciscans. in. the. Choco,. 1673-1677. Early
evangelisation efforts When the Spanish Crown issued its royal cedula of 27
November 1666, instructing the governors of Popayan, Antioquia and Cartagena,
Caroline A. Williams, 2005
Culture and Human Values: Christian Intervention in ...
The general situation in the Choco at the arrival of the missionaries and the
response to the gospel has been described elsewhere.23 In 1960 Indian
Aureliano, one of the first Choco to learn to read, paid a visit to the United States.
It was in the ...
Jacob Abram Loewen, 1975
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «CHOCO»
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DIY Minion: How to Make a Minion
Choco Treasure, as the treat is known, was also designed with the cooperation and input of the Consumer Products Safety Commission to ... «moviepilot.com, Jul 15»
Shaved-ice desserts pack calorie punch
Among 32 bingsus offered at bakeries, coffee and fast food chains, Caffe Bene's "Choco Devil" bingsu (926 grams) tops the list at 1,312 ... «Korea Times, Jul 15»
Burning Man, BLM to discuss VIP compound
BLM officials also were demanding food items, including Choco Tacos, M&Ms, licorice and Chobani Greek Yogurt. The food would be available ... «Reno Gazette Journal, Jul 15»
'India On My Platter' by Saransh Goila | Book Review
I went ahead and cooked up the Chocolate pakoras the author shared from Choco La in Puducherry, and they tasted yum! Took me a couple of ... «Indian Nerve, Jul 15»
How to Make A Minion
Choco Treasure as the treat is known was also designed with the cooperation and input of the Consumer Products Safety Commission to ... «moviepilot.com, Jul 15»
Shaun Burgoyne says he owes a lot to Phil Walsh
... way I did, play straight up, if it wasn't for the likes of Phil and Clarko [Alastair Clarkson] and Choco [Mark Williams] and Bails [Dean Bailey].". «The Age, Jul 15»
Phil Walsh: My Mate, My Mentor
You were hell-bent on winning a premiership and with the environment that Choco and you created, well, it was always going to happen. «Port Adelaide, Jul 15»