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  • chach — 1) see chav, a chach is that guy who comes to the club with a vest and no shirt under it, gold chains, and fake tan. he thinks he rules and tries to hit on you blatantly. term may have originated with Chachi from Happy Days. I can t believe that… …   Dictionary of american slang

  • chách — [ref dict= Unihan (Ch En) ]咋[/ref], [ref dict= Unihan (Ch En) ]舴[/ref] …   Vietnamese Index for Unihan

  • Chach of Alor — Chach (610 682)[1] is the name of the Brahmin Chamberlain and Secretary to Rai Sahasi the Second, of the Rai Dynasty who succeeded him to the throne of Sindh.[1] The history of Chach is related in the Chach Nama as part of the history of Sind.… …   Wikipedia

  • Chach Nama — (Sindhi: چچ نامو) also known as the Fateh nama Sindh (Sindhi: فتح نامه سنڌ),and also known as Tarekh e Hind wa Sindh Arabic (تاريخ الهند والسند ) is a book about the history of Sindh, chronicling the Chacha Dynasty s period, following the demise… …   Wikipedia

  • Chach (disambiguation) — Chach may refer to: Chach, the historic principality south of the Syr Darya River in Uzbekistan and the modern day location of Tashkent, the capital Chach of Alor, a historic ruler of Sindh Chach Nama, a book about the history of Sindh Chach… …   Wikipedia

  • Chandra (Chach Nama) — Chandra or Chandar(671 679 )[1] succeeded his brother chach and became throne of Alor, Sindh 671AD History In the Chach Nama, Brahmin chach became king to marry with widow of Rai Sahasi,the king of Alor,Sindh. Then chach call his brother… …   Wikipedia

  • Badr-I Chach, Badr al-Din —    A well known Persian poet of the 14th century hailing from Chach in Turkistan who at Delhi was connected with the courts of Ghiyas al Din Tughlaq (1320 1325) and his son Muhammad bin Tughlaq (1325 1351). He was in the Deccan with Qutluqh Khan… …   Historical dictionary of Medieval India

  • aju-chach — iraninis gelsvinas statusas T sritis vardynas apibrėžtis Salierinių šeimos pašarinis, vaistinis augalas (Prangos pabularia), paplitęs centrinėje Azijoje. atitikmenys: lot. Prangos pabularia angl. aju chach; yugan; prangos šaltinis Valstybinės… …   Lithuanian dictionary (lietuvių žodynas)

  • chachapoya — ˌchächəˈpȯiə noun (plural chachapoya or chachapoyas) Usage: usually capitalized Etymology: Spanish, of American Indian origin 1. : an unusually light skinned Indian people of the Chinchaisuyu group 2. : a member of the Chachapoya people …   Useful english dictionary

  • chechehet — |chāchə|het, ech noun (plural chechehet or chechehets) Usage: usually capitalized Etymology: Spanish chechehet, chechaet, of American Indian origin 1. a. : an extinct people of central Argentina …   Useful english dictionary

  • Matta (chief) — Mahattah, or Matta, was the Rajput chief and later feudatory of Siwistan.[1] He ruled from Sehwan Sharif, in the Sindh region, in the 7th century CE. Life Matta, a member of the Ra i family,[2] lived in the 7th century CE, and was chief of… …   Wikipedia

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