Definition funny of Chipp:

urbanTo be cool in a way that you don't show it. Also, to be in high spirits all the time.

urban"She is so chipps!" "it must be the Chipps in her"


Songs about Chipp:

songsPimpin' Chipp (Album Version (Explicit)) [Explicit] by Ghostface Killah from the Album Wu Massacre (Explicit Version) [Explicit]

songsBites And Chipps by The Phoney Man from the Album Fabasay / Junk Music / New Times / De Peininch [Explicit]

songsGrand Swagon (feat. Drippy Chipp) [Explicit] by Dozser from the Album Grand Swagon (feat. Drippy Chipp) [Explicit]

songsLying to Ourselves (feat. Larry Chipps) [Explicit] by Monte SS from the Album Crisis [Explicit]

songsPimpin' Chipp (Album Version (Edited)) [Clean] by Ghostface Killah from the Album Wu Massacre (Edited Version) [Clean]

songsRap Submission (feat. Bigg Chipps) [Explicit] by Yung Celly from the Album The Green Rush Album 2010


Books about Chipp:

booksChipp by Don Chipp (1987)

booksBy Jeffrey Chipps Smith - The Northern Renaissance (6/28/04) by Jeffrey Chipps Smith (Jun 28, 2004)

booksH. B. Chipp's,P. Selz's, J. C. Taylor's Theories of Modern Art (Theories of Modern Art: A Source Book by Artists... by P. Selz, J. C. Taylor H. B. Chipp (1984)

booksTheories of Modern Art: A Source Book by Artists and Critics (California Studies in the History of Art) Unstated... (0001)

booksChipps v. Lindeberg U.S. Supreme Court Transcript of Record with Supporting Pleadings by ROBERT CHIPPS and U.S. Supreme Court (Oct 26, 2011)

booksChipp the beaver, builder of Minnesota lakes by Ted Leagjeld (1972)

booksChipp Family in England & America with Genealogy Tree by C.H. Burnett (1933)


Wiki information Chipp:

Don Chipp
Politician, Deceased Person, Person, Organization founder

Donald Leslie Chipp, AO was an Australian politician, and the inaugural leader of the Australian Democrats.

City/Town/Village, English civil parish, Administrative Division, Statistical region, Newspaper circulation area, Dated location, Location

Chippenham is a market town situated in Wiltshire, England, which lies 13 miles east of Bath and 101 miles west of London. In the 27 March 2011 census, the town's population was recorded at 45,337, superseding Salisbury as Wiltshire's second-largest...