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coppersmith

[ kop-er-smith ]
/ ˈkɒp ərˌsmɪθ /
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noun

a person who makes utensils, jewelry, etc., out of copper.
a crimson-breasted barbet, Megalaima haemacephala, of India, southeast Asia, and adjacent islands, characterized by the ringing, metallic sound of its note.

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Origin of coppersmith

1300–50; Middle Englishcopresmythe.See copper1, smith
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coppersmith
/ (ˈkɒpəˌsmɪθ) /

noun

a person who works copper or copper alloys
an Asian barbet (a bird), Megalaima haemacephala, the call of which has a ringing metallic note
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