Definition of Chola
often offensive. : a woman of mixed Hispanic and Native American descent.
chola in British English
(ˈtʃəʊlə ) noun. the traditional clothing of the Sikhs, consisting of a long, loose shirt. English Collins Dictionary.
cholo, feminine form chola, a young person participating in or identifying with the Mexican-American gang subculture. The term, sometimes used derogatory, is derived from early Spanish and Mexican usage and denotes exclusion.
A chola is defined as a Hispanic woman or girl of Native American blood; a mestizo. Chola identity has a long history, originating with Mexican Americans and Chicanos living in Los Angeles and other areas of the Southwest United States.
Chula is Spanish slang for “cute” or “a beautiful woman”, often seen in mami chula (“hot woman”).
The Chola style is often associated with wearing a combination of a long white t-shirt or tank tops, sometimes worn under plaid shirts, baggy jeans, flat black shoes, long hair, spiky bangs, dark or heavy eyeliner and dark lipstick lipliner.
Chola Dynasty, Chola was also spelled Cola, South Indian Tamil rulers of unknown antiquity predating the early Sangam poems (c. AD 200). The dynasty originated in the rich Kaveri (Cauvery) River Valley. Uraiyur (today Tiruchchirappalli) was its oldest capital.
Every Tuesday or Saturday one should offer Hanumanji Chola to receive his full protection and mercy. Giving Chola in Hanuman Baba, along with Hanuman ji, Ram God is also found in the Creator and all kinds of suffering are banished.
Chulo means “pimp” as a noun, BUT you can also use it as an adjective, meaning cute or cool. Examples of use: El chulo fue detenido.