Associations to the word «Charlie»
CHARLIE, symbol. The letter C in the ICAO spelling alphabet.
CHARLIE, proper noun. A diminutive of the male given name Charles; also used as a formal given name.
CHARLIE, proper noun. A diminutive of the female given name Charlotte or Charlene, also used as a formal given name, although less common than the male name.
CHARLIE, proper noun. The letter C in the NATO phonetic alphabet.
CHARLIE, proper noun. A name for a fox in fables and folk literature.
CHARLIE, noun. (military slang) An enemy; the Vietcong; short for Victor Charlie.
CHARLIE, noun. (uncountable) (slang) Cocaine.
CHARLIE, noun. (countable) (chiefly UK) (slang) (often with "right" and/or "proper") A fool.
CHARLIE, noun. (dated) A nightwatchman.
CHARLIE, noun. A short, pointed beard, like that of King Charles I.
CHARLIE, noun. Alternative form of Charlie
CHARLIE BROWN TREE, noun. A Christmas tree considered undesirable by normal standards, often small and sparse. Usually, this is a term of endearment.
CHARLIE BROWN TREES, noun. Plural of Charlie Brown tree
CHARLIE CHAPLIN MUSTACHE, noun. Hitler mustache
CHARLIE CHAPLIN MUSTACHES, noun. Plural of Charlie Chaplin mustache
CHARLIE FOXTROT, noun. (military) clusterfuck, as expressed in the NATO phonetic alphabet.
CHARLIE FOXTROTS, noun. Plural of Charlie Foxtrot
CHARLIE HORSE, noun. Alternative spelling of charley horse
CHARLIE PAPA, noun. (military) command post, as expressed in the NATO phonetic alphabet.
To use the same words is not a sufficient guarantee of understanding; one must use the same words for the same genus of inward experience; ultimately one must have one's experiences in common.