chandlery

[chand-luh-ree, chahnd-]
noun, plural chandleries.
1.
a storeroom for candles.
2.
the warehouse, wares, or business of a chandler.

Origin:
1595–1605; chandler + -y3

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chandlery (ˈtʃɑːndlərɪ)
 
n , pl -dleries
1.  the business, warehouse, or merchandise of a chandler
2.  a place where candles are kept

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chandlery
c.1600, from O.Fr. chandelerie, from chandelier (see chandler).
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After two years, his father had him tutored in bookkeeping so that he could be apprenticed in a ship chandlery.
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