1. (also chip) to be sexually unfaithful; thus chipping n.
|DAUL 43/2: Chippy around. [...] 2. To be sexually promiscuous. ‘Knock off (stop) chippying around with them blisters (cheap women). We blew (lost) three scores (thefts) account of that.’.et al.|
|Entrapment (2009) 152: I never chippied yet on my Little Daddy.‘Watch Out for Daddy’ in|
|Walk on the Wild Side 176: The next time when you chippy with a date daddy won’t put his mittens on.|
|How to Talk Dirty 104: Never chippied on your wife one time in eighteen years.|
|Women’s Prison 165: [of lesbians] They say when you’re a woman you’re completely loyal and you don’t have to worry about chippying. [...] The women round here chippy maybe three times as much as a man will. Her partner, the aggressor, her dad [...] why he was going home yesterday and she decided she couldn’t wait to chippy, not even two days, so she went to the release cottage and chippied.|
|Bounty of Texas (1990) 200: chipping, n. – two-timing; going out with someone you do not belong to: chipping around on somebody.‘Catheads [...] and Cho-Cho Sticks’ in Abernethy|
|Requiem for a Dream (1987) 175: She starts chippin with some guy — there aint no cunt in the world that wont chippie onya.|
|High Times Hard Times (1983) 38: He’d been chippying around and had caught a venereal disease, so I gave him the gate.|
2. (US) to fool, to deceive.
|Vice Trap 23: Thinking she was chippying on somebody was so funny.|
3. (US black) to seduce, to be attracted to.
|Tattoo the Wicked Cross (1981) 100: She can’t chippy like she used to. Men don’t give her the play anymore. Those that do, get a piece of ass and split on her.|
|Black Players 71: The Book says a pimp must never ‘chippy’ (make love to a woman for the pleasure of it).|
|Lowspeak 38: Chippie [...] From the verb to chippy, to have intercourse.|
4. to act as a prostitute.
|Lowspeak 38: Chipping – a version of the corner game. The girl pretends to be a prostitute and then disappears with the cash before any sex can take place.|