[fahyuh r-pleys] /ˈfaɪərˌpleɪs/
the part of a chimney that opens into a room and in which fuel is burned; hearth.
any open structure, usually of masonry, for keeping a , as at a campsite.
an open recess in a wall of a room, at the base of a chimney, etc, for a fire; hearth
(Austral) an authorized place or installation for outside cooking, esp by a roadside
c.1700, from fire (n.) + place (n.).
[fahyuh r-plou] /ˈfaɪərˌplaʊ/ noun 1. a stick that is rubbed in a wooden groove to produce sparks for igniting a fire.
[fahyuh r-pluhg] /ˈfaɪərˌplʌg/ noun 1. . /ˈfaɪəˌplʌɡ/ noun 1. another name (esp US and NZ) for fire hydrant n. 1713, from fire (n.) + plug (n.).
noun, Chemistry. 1. the lowest temperature at which a volatile liquid, after its vapors have been ignited, will give off vapors at a rate sufficient to sustain combustion.