Chip (noun)

  1. A small piece of something removed from the edge or surface.
  2. A small piece of wood, stone, or similar material, typically one removed by chipping.
  3. A small piece of semiconductor material used in electronic devices.

Origin:

Middle english: from old english cipp "block, lump", of germanic origin.

Examples:

  1. He got a chip in his windshield.
  2. She made a chip in the china cup.
  3. The wood chipped easily.
  4. The computer chip was damaged.
  5. The chip controlled the device's functions.
Some random words: bisect, elector, impossible