Chamba is a word that is intrinsically linked with chiggy
, and is rarely used without it. Chamba is often used as a response to someone making an inquiry using chiggy
. The information requested via chiggy
is connoted through the tone of the response, and is therefore only useful for expressing relatively simple answers, such as 'This might work', or 'Don't do that'.
Other times, chamba is used to replace the subject of a sentence in which the verb has been replaced with chiggy
Chamba won't chiggy until Mark gets home from work.