chick – en [chik–uh n] -noun
1. Gallus gallus domesticus;
2. a domestic bird, believed to be descended from the red jungle fowl of southeastern Asia and developed in a number of breeds for its flesh, eggs, and feathers;
3. there are more chickens in the world than any other bird – 24 billion or so;
4. six of them are in my backyard.
dic – tion [dik-shuh n] -noun
1. The choice of words;
2. delivery, loquacity, parlance, voice, lingo, rhetoric, eloquence, persuasiveness, argot, lexicon, jive, verbiage, utterance;
3. is effective when words are appropriate to an audience;
4. a style of expression.
Chick – en Dic – tion [chik–uh n dik-shuh n] -noun
1. Unintelligable bird-like utterances;
2. how I think the chickens in my backyard view this crazy world;
3. thoughts other people might understand;
4. jungle-fowl-inspired web-based expression for this desert-obsessed boy.