"If I knew how to spell 'tchotchke', I wouldn't have submitted an entry for 'chachki'."
A word that, apparently, several people do not realize is actually spelled tchotchke.
Plural for trinkets or baubles of little value.
Several decade's worth of tchotchke (chachki) lined the old grandmother's dusty shelves.
I spell everything phonetically. Like tchotchke. C-h-a-c-h-k-i.
Some type of nick-nack, but usually a piece of crap; usually a small piece of junk.
Any sort of pin or button, novelty type candle, stuffed animals, figurines, any sort of guady or over the top ornament, vase, picture frame, religious paraphenilia, kitschy art, or pop culture doll.
A point-of-sale promotional advertising item used in marketing.
Pens, pencils, mugs etc. with a company's name, logo or slogan
Useless sorority paraphernalia; a piece of junk with greek letters plastered on it usually found within close proximity of a sorority girl
A chachki is anything with greek letters including but not limited to: buttons, water bottles, stickers, bags, purses, sweatshirts, teddy bears, and picture frames.
word of the day: December 22, 2008
Trinket, useless sentimental stuff filling up your book cases and counter space, miscellaneous items collected and set out to enhance your decor, stuff you should probably box up or sell in a garage sale, things kids take when their parents pass away because it reminds them of good times past.
Grandma's collection of mini spoons from around the country, mini statues (Lladro), little bowls of stuff for people to look at, figurines, doilies etc.