Definition of Smiddy

1. n. A smithy.



Definition of Smiddy

1. Noun. A workshop used by a smith; smithy. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Smiddy

1. to forge metal [v SMIDDIED, SMIDDYING, SMIDDIES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Smiddy

smew
smews
smexier
smexiest
smicker
smickered
smickering
smickers
smicket
smickets
smickly
smiddied
smiddies
smiddy (current term)
smiddying
smidge
smidgen
smidgens
smidgeon
smidgeons
smidges
smidgin
smidgins
smiercase
smiercases
smift
smifts
smight

Literary usage of Smiddy

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1. Songs and Ballads of Clydesdale by A. Nimmo (1882)
"O COME to the meetin' in Morris's smiddy, Come a' to the meetin' in Morris's smiddy ; Your heart wad beat high, your head wad be giddy, If you heard the ..."

2. Songs and Ballads of Clydesdale by A. Nimmo (1882)
"MORRIS'S smiddy. A CARNWATH DITTY. O COME to the meetin' in Morris's smiddy, Come a' to the meetin' in Morris's smiddy ; Your heart wad beat high, ..."

3. A Modern History of New London County, Connecticut by Benjamin Tinkham Marshall (1922)
"WILLIAM smiddy—Recognized by his fellow townsmen as a man of deep thought and broad- minded conclusions, William smiddy is regarded in Montville, ..."

4. Raiderland: All about Grey Galloway, Its Stories, Traditions, Characters by Samuel Rutherford Crockett, Joseph Pennell (1904)
"It met in the smiddy, and the smith was the Speaker. He differed from the other Speaker at Westminster in this, that he really did most of the speaking. ..."

5. The Glasgow Poets: Their Lives and Poems by George Eyre-Todd (1906)
"And sent me to get Mally shod At Robin Tamson's smiddy. The smiddy stands beside the burn That wimples through the clachan; I never yet gae by the door But ..."

6. Poems and Songs: Humorous, Serious, and Satirical by Alexander Rodger (1901)
"ROBIN TAMSON'S smiddy.* MY mither men't my auld breeks, ... Tamson's smiddy ; The smiddy stands beside the burn That wimples through the clachan, ..."

7. The Scottish Poets Recent and Living by Alexander G. Murdoch (1883)
"ROBIN TAMSON'S smiddy. MY mither men't my auld breeks. An' wow ! but they were duddy, And sent me to get Mally shod At Robin Tamson's smiddy ; The smiddy ..."

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