Chink is a pejorative term for Chinese people.
Chink may also refer to:
People[change | change source]
Nickname[change | change source]
- Chink Crossin (1923-1981), American professional basketball player
- Eric Dorman-Smith (1895-1969), Irish officer in the British Army and the Irish Republican Army
- Chink Heileman (1872-1940), American Major League Baseball player in 1901
- William O. Lowe (1894-1949), American college football player and first commissioner of the Smoky Mountain Conference
- Chink Outen (1905-1961), American Major League Baseball player
- Chink Taylor (1898-1980), American Major League Baseball player in 1925
- Leo Taylor (baseball) (1901-1982), American Major League Baseball player in one game in 1923
- Chink Zachary (1914-2006), American Major League Baseball pitcher in 1944
Stage name[change | change source]
- Chink Martin, American jazz tuba player Martin Abraham (1886-1981)
- Chink Santana, American R&B musician and producer Andre Parker
Other uses[change | change source]
- A narrow opening or vulnerability, as in a chink in one's armor
- Chinks, a half-length type of chaps, leather coverings for the legs, derived from chingadero
- A colloquial term for the common pheasant in the United States, derived from "Chinese pheasant"
- Bourreria baccata, a plant species also known as chink
- Chink (Isle of Wight), a scenic rock cleft
- "Chink", an episode of the 2010 British Television drama Married Single Other
Related pages[change | change source]
- Chinking, material used to fill the spaces between logs in log buildings
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