Choon, s. Moon. Hun. Gyp. Chemut. Sans. Chandra.
Choot, s. Vinegar. See Chute.
Chore, v. a. To steal. Sans. Chur.
Chor-dudee-mengri, s. [Greek: ] (thieves' lantern, dark lantern).
Choredo, a. Poor, poverty stricken. Sans. Daridra.
Choro, a. Poor. Span. Gyp. Chororo. Hin. Shor.
Chovahani / Chowian, s.f. Witch.
Choveno, a. Poor, needy, starved. Perhaps derived from the Russian Tchernoe (black, dirty, wretched); or from the Hungarian Csunya (hateful, frightful); whence the Chungalo of the Hungarian, and also of the Spanish Gypsies.