chiper

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Etymology[edit]

1759, "to steal, filch", probably a derivative of chippe (compare chiffe ‎(old cloth, rag)) in the sense of "to hide something of little value", from Middle English chip, chippe ‎(fragment, worthless thing) from Old English ċipp ‎(splinter, beam) from Proto-Germanic *kippaz, *kipaz ‎(beam, log). More at chip.

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chiper

  1. (transitive, colloquial) to pinch; to steal; to rob

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