[chat-uh-noo-guh] /ˌtʃæt əˈnu gə/
a city in SE Tennessee, on the Tennessee River: Civil War battle 1863.
a city in SE Tennessee, on the Tennessee River: scene of two battles during the Civil War, in which the North defeated the Confederates, cleared Tennessee, and opened the way to Georgia (1863). Pop: 154 887 (2003 est)
city in Tennessee, of uncertain origin, said to be either Cherokee or Muskogee; cf. Muskogee cvto “rock” (in Chattahoochee, etc.); the entire name is said to mean “rock rising to a point,” which might describe nearby Lookout Mountain.
City in eastern Tennessee.
[chat] /tʃæt/ verb (used without object), chatted, chatting. 1. to converse in a familiar or informal manner. 2. Digital Technology. to participate with one or more people, through the Internet, in a real-time conversation, typically as a series of short text exchanges in a specific application, as instant messaging, or by using images, voice, video, […]
[chat-l] /ˈtʃæt l/ noun 1. Law. a movable article of personal property. 2. any article of tangible property other than land, buildings, and other things annexed to land. 3. a slave. /ˈtʃætəl/ noun 1. (often pl) (property law) 2. goods and chattels, personal property n. early 13c., chatel “property, goods,” from Old French chatel “chattels, […]
- Chattel house
noun 1. (esp in Barbados) a movable wooden dwelling, usually set on a foundation of loose stones on rented land
[chat-er] /ˈtʃæt ər/ verb (used without object) 1. to talk rapidly in a foolish or purposeless way; jabber. 2. to utter a succession of quick, inarticulate, speechlike sounds, as monkeys or certain birds. 3. to make a rapid clicking noise by striking together: His teeth were chattering from the cold. 4. Machinery. (of a cutting […]