"off the bone" chicken??

Forgive my idiocy, but I am reviewing the cooking guides and I see chicken thighs and “off the bone” chicken thighs. is “off the bone” referring to boneless chicken thighs? It’s just such an off way to refer to boneless chicken (and the cook time is so much higher than any other chicken…) that I want to make sure I am reading it properly. Chicken thighs (boneless) are one of my fave things to cook!

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Yes. It’s boneless chicken thigh. Boneless ham is ‘ham off the bone,’ so the phrasing is not so unusual.