noun blade·smith \ˈblād-ˌsmith\

Definition of bladesmith

  1. :  a cutler who makes blades


\ˈblād-ˌsmi-thiŋ\ noun Audra is a master bladesmith certified by the American Bladesmith Society, through which she has been teaching bladesmithing classes for the last eight years. — Emily Etheredge, Associated Press, 12 July 2012

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14th Century

First Known Use of bladesmith

14th century

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a brief usually trivial fact

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