silversmith

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English[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From Middle English silver smyth, from Old English seolforsmiþ (silversmith), from Proto-Germanic *silubrasmiþaz (silversmith), equivalent to silver +‎ smith. Cognate with Saterland Frisian Säälwersmid (silversmith), West Frisian sulversmid (silversmith), Dutch zilversmid (silversmith), German Silberschmied, Danish sølvsmed (silversmith), Swedish silversmed (silversmith), Icelandic silfursmiður (silversmith). Eclipsed non-native Middle English argentarie (silversmith) from Latin (faber) argentārius (dealer in silver, silversmith).

Noun[edit]

silversmith (plural silversmiths)

  1. A person who makes articles out of silver usually larger than jewellery.

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