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smith

noun \ˈsmith\

: a person who makes things (such as tools or horseshoes) with iron

Full Definition of SMITH

1
:  a worker in metals :  blacksmith
2
:  maker —often used in combination <gunsmith> <tunesmith>

Examples of SMITH

  1. Ancient smiths developed the techniques needed to make metal tools.

Origin of SMITH

Middle English, from Old English; akin to Old High German smid smith and probably to Greek smilē wood-carving knife
First Known Use: before 12th century

Rhymes with SMITH

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Adam 1723–1790 Scot. econ.

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Alfred Emanuel 1873–1944 Am. polit.

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Bessie 1894–1937 Am. blues singer

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David 1906–1965 Am. sculptor

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George E(lwood) 1930– Am. physicist

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John ca 1580–1631 Eng. explorer & colonist

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Joseph 1805–1844 Am. founder of Mormon Church

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Michael 1932–2000 Canad. (Brit.-born) biochem.

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Stevie 1902–1971 originally Florence Margaret Smith British poet

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Sydney 1771–1845 Eng. essayist

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Vernon Lomax 1927– Am. econ.

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Walter Be*dell \bə-ˈdel\ 1895–1961 Am. gen. & diplomat

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William 1769–1839 Eng. geologist

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