Chice

Chice

 a small quantity; a taste. See also smidgeonGepp.
Examples: chice of salt; of sugar.
References in classic literature ?
"Thankee, Sir," returned Joe, evidently dispirited by the proposal, "since you are so kind as make chice of coffee, I will not run contrairy to your own opinions.
He clarified that he has not discussed the topic with Bulgarian President Georgi Parvanov during the recent NATO summit in Lisbon, but was positive that appointing one of the current Deputy Heads of Military Intelligence for the position would be a reasonable chice.
Chiyo chitu chino chine chice chisi chita chimos chilen chiguas; (58-63) Another powerful device that Umpierre employs, this one of rhetorical value, is the use of taboo topics of erotic content, an area identified by Saville-Troike (2003: 259), in which questions of power are resolved.
Maddy worries about Linden's increasinly odd behaviour around Chice, who needs emergency surgery.
The Easter Road gaffer will have to take his share of the blame after leaving Chice Charnley on the bench.