smidse

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Etymology[edit]

From Middle Dutch smitse, reformed from earlier smisse by analogy with smit (modern smid), from Old Dutch *smiththa, from Proto-Germanic *smiþjǭ. The development -thth- > -ss- is regular, compare wisse.

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Noun[edit]

smidse f (plural smidsen)

  1. forge (workshop of a smith)