Complete Definition of "chela"

see|chè lá
English

Etymology 1
From Latin chele, from Greek Ïηλή.

Pronunciation
IPA|/ËkilÉ/

Noun
en-noun|chel|ae

  1. A pincer-like claw of a crustacean or arachnid.

Etymology 2
From Hindi à¤à¥à¤²à¤¾ (celÄ).

Pronunciation
IPA|/Ëʧei.lÉ/

Noun
chela (pl., chele)

  1. A pupil or disciple, especially in Hinduism.

Category:English nouns with irregular plurals


Italian

Noun
it-noun|chel|f|a|e

  1. pincer (of a crustacean)

Spanish

Adjective
chela f (chelo masculine)

  1. context|Central America|slang|lang=es feminine of|chelo; A blonde, fair-skinned, blue-eyed woman.

Noun
chela f

  1. context|Central America|slang|lang=es feminine of|chelo; blonde, fair-skinned, blue-eyed
  2. context|Mexico|slang|lang=es beer

#: Vamos a chupar unas chelas. "Let's go drink some beers."

Synonyms
italbrac|beer: cerveza f

Category:Spanish adjective forms
Category:Spanish nouns

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