Chika

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A sound made to mimic the sound of a chugging train used in rapid succession of at least five at a time with as many as 248 in recorded history. Chika is often used in song, bridging the gap between verses and between chorus and verse. A minority of english-speakers are unable to accurately reproduce chika more than once or twice resulting in an awkward discordant sound.