noun chil·lum \ˈchi-ləm\

Definition of CHILLUM

:  the part of a water pipe that contains the substance (as tobacco or hashish) which is smoked; also :  a quantity of a substance thus smoked
:  a funnel-shaped clay pipe for smoking

Origin of CHILLUM

Hindi cilam & Urdu chilam, from Persian chilam
First Known Use: 1781


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