Chill

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Chill or Chills may refer to:

Medical[edit]

  • Chills, a feeling of coldness during high fevers

Music[edit]

  • Tha Chill (born 1970), rapper and producer from the hip hop group Compton's Most Wanted
  • The Chills, a band from New Zealand
  • Akhenaton (rapper) (born 1968), French hip hop artist who uses Chill as one of his aliases
  • Chills (album), 2008 solo album from American guitarist Clint Lowery
  • "Chill" (song), 2001 song by the Finnish rock band The Rasmus

Entertainment[edit]

Radio stations[edit]

Sports teams[edit]

  • Colorado Chill, a National Women's Basketball League team from 2004 to 2006
  • Columbus Chill, an East Coast Hockey League team from 1991 to 1999
  • Coulee Region Chill, a junior ice hockey team of the North American Hockey League based out of Onalaska, Wisconsin
  • Edmonton Chill, original name (2007-2008) of the Edmonton Energy, a International Basketball League team in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
  • Green Bay Chill, in the Legends Football League (formerly the Lingerie Football League)
  • Palm Springs Chill, an independent baseball team
  • St. Charles Chill, a minor league ice hockey team of the Central Hockey League based in St. Charles, Missouri
  • Thunder Bay Chill, a Canadian soccer team based in Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada, in the USL Premier Development League

Geography[edit]

People[edit]

  • Chill Wills (1902-1978), American actor and singer
  • "Chill", nickname of Daryl Mitchell (born 1965), American actor
  • Abraham Chill (1912-2004), first Jewish chaplain of the United States Military Academy
  • Kurt Chill (1895-1976), German World War II Generalleutnant
  • Ollie Chill (1878-1958), American Major League Baseball umpire

Other uses[edit]

See also[edit]