chow is usually just another word for "food" and "eat" like how people sometimes say "chow down!" to mean "eat!" ya know??? :)
Grub. Both chow and grub mean food, and grub rhymes with club.
Yea it actually means good bye in French I believe, but it can mean good bye.
Chow = Informal way to say goodbye to a friend or acquaintance.This word is actually from the Italian word ciao meaning hello or goodbye
Chow usually means to eat something eg "chow time", in US/American slang. However CIAO (pronounced "chow") is Italian for goodbye and/or hello.
The color of a dog will never determine if it is mean or not!
If you really mean chaau, that word is from Chinese. If you really meant ciao, which is pronounced "chow," that word is a French word.
Yes! In fact in the term "puppy chow", chow is used as a noun because puppy is the adjective that describes chow!
If you mean like Chow as in a Chow Chow then I know for a fact that they were originally bred (but not solely bred) for food. So, in short, people.
Chow Chow, Pitbulls, Rotwailers and Chihuahuas
If you mean a chow chow, then they can live for about 9 -> 15 years depending on diet, exercise and condition.
Ciao, pronounced like "chow", means "hello" or "goodbye" in Italian. The dog breed chow has no connection to this word.
A Chow Chow. But Many other breeds can have it also. Some mixed breeds might even have it, but that does not necessarily mean that they have Chow in them. But the breed that is KNOWN for it is the Chow Chow. Hope this helps!
Songshi Quan. This is what the Chinese referred to them by. It means Puffy-Lion-Dog.
The word chow seems to have come into the English language in the nineteenth century when India was colonized. The word meant food and that is what is means colloquially.
Bouffe is a French equivalent of the English word "chow." The pronunciation of the feminine singular noun will be "boof" in French.
"Chow" is a slang term for food - you're eating, usually in a sloppy fashion.
How ever much chow a chow chow can chew.
Chow is food. You hear this most often in the military. People also say "chow down," meaning to eat. People usually don't say "I'm going to chow down on some chow," though! You could say "Want to go get some chow?" or "That dinner looks delicious -- let's chow down!"
One use of 'chow' in English is an adopted Italian word, spelt 'ciao' in and pronounced 'chow'; it is an informal greeting and means 'hi', 'hello', 'goodbye', 'see you later'.The word 'chow' meaning 'food', or 'to eat', originated in California with Chinese immigrants and was first recorded in the late eighteenth century. It is believed to come from the Chinese-English term, 'chow-chow', meaning 'mixture' or 'mixed'.The name of the dog breed, Chow, is recorded in English from the nineteenth century and is believed to be also from the Chinese term for 'mixed'.The word 'chow' is also used in the north of England, particularly Yorkshire, with the meaning 'to reprimand' or 'to tell off'.The name, Chow, is also a very common surname among people of Chinese origins worldwide.
chow, chow down, banquet, feast, breakfast, lunch, dinner, supper, brunch, feed
The word is "ciao", and it means "goodbye". It is pronounced "chow". Please see the Related link below for confirmation of the translation.
probibly my puppy has spots on its tongue and shes part chow and shes fluffy