Carleysmith vs Smith - What's the difference?

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Carleysmith is a derived term of smith.

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carleysmith

Not English

Carleysmith has no English definition. It may be misspelled.

smith

English

(wikipedia smith)

Etymology 1

From (etyl) (m), from (etyl) . Cognate with (etyl) (m), (etyl) (m), (etyl)/(etyl) (m).

Noun

(en noun)
  • A craftsperson who works metal into desired forms using a hammer and other tools, sometimes heating the metal to make it more workable, especially a blacksmith.
  • (archaic) An artist.
  • Synonyms
    * metalsmith
    Hyponyms
    * coppersmith * goldsmith * ironsmith (blacksmith) * platinumsmith * silversmith * swordsmith * tinsmith (whitesmith) * weaponsmith
    Derived terms
    (Occupations) * anchorsmith * armoursmith * anvilsmith * arrowsmith * bilbosmith * blacksmith * bladesmith * boilersmith * brasssmith * brightsmith * bronzesmith * bucklesmith * chainsmith * clocksmith * coachsmith * coppersmith * dreamsmith * filesmith * fingersmith * forgesmith * framesmith * girdlesmith * goldsmith * gunsmith * hammersmith * horsesmith * ironsmith * jacksmith * jawsmith * jobsmith * jokesmith * knifesmith * locksmith * metalsmith * musicsmith * nailsmith * runesmith * scissorsmith * scythesmith * shapesmith * shearsmith * shoesmith * silversmith * songsmith * swordsmith * thundersmith * tinsmith * tiresmith * toolsmith * tunesmith * versesmith * weaponsmith * whitesmith * wordsmith * wrightsmith (Surnames) * Aldersmith * Anglesmith * Arrowsmith * Athersmith * Becksmith * Blacksmith * Bosmith * Broadsmith * Brooksmith * Brownsmith * Carleysmith * Causbysmith * Coopersmith * Coppersmith * Deansmith * Drakesmith * Fordsmith * Goldsmith * Goodesmith * Gouldsmith * Graysmith * Greensmith * Greysmith * Grossmith * Grovesmith * Hallsmith * Harrowsmith * Hathersmith * Highsmith * Hillsmith * Hudsmith * Kingsmith * Knightsmith * Leasmith * Leesmith * Locksmith * Lowesmith * Martinsmith * Mcsmith * Mooresmith * Naismith * Nasmith * Naysmith * Neasmith * Nesmith * Neysmith * Perrysmith * Portsmith * Roundsmith * Schersmith * Shawsmith * Shearsmith * Shoesmith * Shoosmith * Shouesmith * Shouksmith * Shucksmith * Silversmith * Steelsmith * Sucksmith * Whilesmith * Whitesmith * Wildsmith * Wilesmith * Willsmith * Woodsmith * Youngsmith

    Etymology 2

    From (etyl) .

    Verb

    (en verb)
  • To forge, to form, usually on an anvil; by heating and pounding.
  • References

    * (2 archaic) William Anderson (1863). The Scottish Nation . A. Fullerton & Co.: Edinburgh. Page 479. Accessed 2008-03-04. ----