Associations to the word «Smith»
SMITH, 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.
SMITH, noun. (archaic) An artist.
SMITH, verb. To forge, to form, usually on an anvil; by heating and pounding.
SMITH, proper noun. An English surname (the most common in Britain, the United States, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand).
SMITH, proper noun. A hamlet in Alberta, Canada
SMITH, proper noun. A ghost town in California
SMITH, proper noun. An unincorporated community in Indiana
SMITH, proper noun. An unincorporated community in Kentucky
SMITH, proper noun. An unincorporated community in Nevada
SMITH, proper noun. An unincorporated community in South Carolina
SMITH, noun. Rhodesian statesman who declared independence of Zimbabwe from Great Britain (born in 1919).
SMITH, noun. United States sculptor (1906-1965).
SMITH, noun. United States singer noted for her rendition of patriotic songs (1909-1986).
SMITH, noun. United States suffragist who refused to pay taxes until she could vote (1792-1886).
SMITH, noun. United States blues singer (1894-1937).
SMITH, noun. Religious leader who founded the Mormon Church in 1830 (1805-1844).
SMITH, noun. English explorer who helped found the colony at Jamestown, Virginia; was said to have been saved by Pocahontas (1580-1631).
SMITH, noun. Scottish economist who advocated private enterprise and free trade (1723-1790).
SMITH, noun. Someone who works at something specified.
SMITH, noun. Someone who works metal (especially by hammering it when it is hot and malleable).
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