Words and Phrases
smiddy

“smiddy”

Meaning:

blacksmith’s shop; or the blacksmith himself

In Literature:

Excerpt from The Killaughey Smiddy by Wilbert Magill

In a place that’s cawed Killaughey,
ther wus a smithy o’ great faem,
he wus tha best at shoddin horses,
an Bab Mertin wus his naem


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