noun, plural smith·ies.
- smithsonian institution,
- smock frock,
- smock mill
Origin of smithy
Examples from the Web for smithy
The Smithy character, played by Dustin Ybarra, is so cartoonish as to be off-putting rather than gleefully adolescent.Fall-Winter TV Preview: Snap Judgments of 2013–14’s New Shows|Jace Lacob, Kevin Fallon|July 16, 2013|DAILY BEAST
He was gone, the rear wheels of the car throwing a spray of sand as he started heedless of Smithy's protests against the plan.
It buzzed around the smithy and then lit on a clover blossom by the door.Story Hour Readings: Seventh Year|E.C. Hartwell
Then Murmur Goose-Egg went into the smithy, and had the smith make an iron ax of five hundred-weights.The Norwegian Fairy Book|Clara Stroebe
One after another the buildings burst into flame, and Smithy was thankful for the concealment of the vast, empty desert.
They were over and past before Smithy, looking back, saw the red ones leap out into view.
noun plural smithies
Word Origin for smithy
"workshop of a smith," c.1300, from Old Norse smiðja (cognate with Old English smiððe), from Proto-Germanic *smith-ja-, from PIE smi- (see smith (n.)).