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Definition of the noun coppersmith
What does coppersmith mean as a name of something?
noun - plural: coppersmiths
- someone who makes articles from copper
Alternative definition of the noun coppersmith
- A person who forges things out of copper.
- Megalaima haemacephala, a South Asian bird with crimson forehead and throat, best known for its metronomic call that has been likened to a coppersmith striking metal with a hammer.
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by GAGG GREWAL
Coppersmith Scientific name - : Megalaima haemacephala Plumage - : Coppersmith is a heavy-billed grass green bird with crimson breast and forehead ; yellow throat and yellowish lower body streaked with greenish. Description - : Punjabi ...
by Fred Skolnik, Michael Berenbaum
COPPERSMITH, SAM (1955– ), attorney and U.S. congressman. Coppersmith, was born in Johnstown, Pennsylvania, and educated in the local public schools, attending religious school from kindergarten through confirmation at the end of the ...
by Eric W. Weisstein
For the "special" case of the algorithm applied to numbers near a large POWER, for the "general" case applicable to any ODD POSITIVE number which is not a POWER, and for a version using many POLYNOMIALS (Coppersmith 1993), 10" ...
by J. D. Douglas, Merrill C. Tenney
coppersmith. See OCCUPATIONS AND PROFESSIONS . cor. See WEIGHTS AND MEASURES . coral. See ANIMALS; MINERALS . corban. kor ́ban. This term occurs only once in the NT (Mk. 7:11, where it is defined as a “gift [dedicated to ...
A dictionary of birds (1896)
by Alfred Newton, Hans Gadow, Richard Lydekker, Robert Wilson Shufeldt, Charles Smart Roy
COPPERSMITH, see Baebet. CORACOID (named after the coracoid process on the human shoulder-blade, which was likened in shape by mediaeval anatomists to a Raven's bill) one of a pair of strong bones which connect the anterior or ...
Envelopes of conical figures occur with frequency in the work of the boiler-maker, coppersmith, and tinsmith. They are among the simplest bodies to be marked out. The envelope of a cone, Fig. Ill (a), is a sector of a circle, the radius of which ...
by Chad Brand, Archie England, Charles W. Draper
COPPERSMITH Term applied in ancient times to metalworkers or blacksmiths in general. The name Kenite means “smith.” A certain Alexander was a coppersmith who caused trouble in the early church (2 Tim. 4:14). See Kenites. COR Large ...
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A highly-cropped hand-held telephoto of this amazingly colorful bird. He was near the Biligirirangaswamy Temple in the Biligirirangaswamy Hills of Karnataka.
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Scrabble value of C3O1P3P3E1R1S1M3I1T1H4
The value of this 11-letter word is 22 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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