chandler

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From Old French chandelier, from Medieval Latin candelarius (a candle-maker; a candlestick), from the Latin candela (a candle); confer the English term candle.

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chandler (plural chandlers)

  1. A person who makes or sells candles
  2. A dealer in (a specific kind of) provisions or supplies; especially a ship chandler.
  3. A California variety of pomelo with a smoother skin than many other varieties.

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