Talk:chin

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English verb[edit]

I would like to go about introducing "chin" used as a verb. Basically, as a verb, I have seen "chin" used to mean "do a chin-up." For example: "I was able to chin myself with both arms". The only thing is, I would like to properly source this with a proper example that fulfills Wiktionary criteria and I'm not sure how to do that, because I'm guessing a blog like that isn't sufficient and I'd need to find it within some printed literature. This isn't an isolated example, I've seen it used this way a lot of cases. Probably more than I've seen 'pull' refer to a pull-up, probably since it has a broader previous usage as a verb. Dictabeard 00:53, 6 March 2011 (UTC)