It’s Arabic - You speak Arabic and you don’t even know it
They are active, noisy, plain-coloured birds that sometimes damage orchards. Originally borrowed from the Arabic bolbol. Frequently mentioned in poetry as a maker or singer of sweet songs.
Chandler is a maker or seller of candles, when it entered English in the late 14th Century. It subsequently was associated with outfitters of ships. It earlier referred to a person in charge of lighting a household or monastery, from the Latin candelarius, derived from candela in Arabic.