Chiv, my dear fellow, go out and see what sort of a night it is.'
A knife is also called a chiv by the lowest class all over England.
Chival′ric, Chiv′alrous, pertaining to chivalry: bold: gallant.
And the third is to p. 352“chiv o manzin apré lati,” or to put the oath upon her, which explains itself.
Harry poured half a can of oil upon the bearings of the chiv wheel with almost loving tenderness.
To chiv in English Gipsy means as much and more than to fix in America, in fact, it is applied to almost any kind of action.