An uneducated female, dressed in flashy “ooh look at me, I'm an asshole” attire and accessorized with “ooh look at me, I'm an asshole” ratchet jewelry, fake gold necklace with "Bitch" written in Harlow Solid Italics for that classy touch.
A disliked ball buster who thoroughly enjoys interfering in her husband's affairs. From chook meaning chicken. The reference is perhaps to the husband or significant other for being Hen-pecked.
By Chicago : Selig Polyscope Co., Publisher [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons A high-spirited, boisterous or saucy girl. 2.) A bold and carefree girl; a tomboy. The wild child of the family. Once upon a time the term only applied to rude, ignorant and awkwardly boorish boys. It wasn't until the 17th century when playwright William Wycherley introduced a female character named Mrs. Hoyden in his 1676 comedy, Plain-Dealer.
Tarpawlin 17C. A sailor or mariner. Term based on the tarred, waterproof canvas material used on ships. "Every tarpawling, if he gets but to be lieutenant of a press smack, is called captain." Properly spelled "tarpaulin", but for slang purposes, "tarpawlin".