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buckandthegirls's picture

define woodsmith (post #155746)

I was wondering, 

Is there an actual definition for a woodsmith? Love the show, can do without the magazine.

Buck

swenson's picture

I tried woodsmith and (post #155746, reply #1 of 7)

I tried woodsmith and got:

Donald Wood-Smith, MD, FACS, FRCS is a Professor of Clinical Surgery at Columbia University

then I tried wordsmith and got "a person who works with words.

buckandthegirls's picture

woodsmith (post #155746, reply #2 of 7)

I went to Wikpedia also got the same thing. Wonder if you have to live in the mountains with only a draw knife/

swenson's picture

Use logic. (post #155746, reply #3 of 7)

The point I was making is that a woodsmith is a person that works with Dr. Wood-Smith.

KiddervilleAcres's picture

The word you've entered isn't in the dictionary. (post #155746, reply #4 of 7)

Well that's what the Merriam-Webster online dictionary says anyway.   So there you have it, you can give it any definition you want!  Someone who makes things out of wood?

Regards, 

Bob @ Kidderville Acres

A Woodworkers mind should be the sharpest tool in the shop!

BruceS's picture

Woodsmith (post #155746, reply #5 of 7)

The proper spelling is "Woods-myth'     Noun.  A semi mythological  character who fabricates various items from arboreal materisls.    Often an extended  family member of the knotheads who is seldomly  seen by the immediate family unit. 

                                                                      

                                        

                                                                       

Work Safe,  Count to 10 when your done for the day !!

Bruce S. 

 

buckandthegirls's picture

woodsmith (post #155746, reply #6 of 7)

Thanks all,

I'm enlightened.

buck

RalphBarker's picture

non-word words (post #155746, reply #7 of 7)

I suppose "woodsmith" was intended to conjur up the versatility of the traditional blacksmith, but applied to woodworking. Kinda like "woodwright". For me, however, it always reminds me of the tag line of one of the contributors here - "Beat it to fit, paint it to match".  ;-)