[chahyl-dish] /ˈtʃaɪl dɪʃ/
of, like, or befitting a child:
puerile; weak; silly:
in the manner of, belonging to, or suitable to a child
foolish or petty; puerile: childish fears
Old English cildisc “proper to a child;” see child + -ish. Meaning “puerile, immature, like a child” in a bad sense is from early 15c. Related: Childishly; childishness.
noun 1. the corner or side of a fireplace. 2. a place near the fire. 3. fireside; hearth. noun 1. a recess that contains a seat in a large open fireplace; inglenook
noun 1. a raised cover for the top of a chimney, usually in the form of a slab or cornice.
noun 1. a part of a chimney or fireplace that projects out from the wall, usually inside the building. noun 1. the wall or walls that surround the base of a chimney or fireplace
/ˈtʃɪmnɪˌpiːs/ noun 1. another name (esp Brit) for mantelpiece (sense 1)