- Traditionally a village smithy was a busy place because the smith's work was so necessary.
- (不常用) （手工）打造，鍛造
- 1995, John Francis Campbell, The Celtic Dragon Myth, page 59:
- So the old smith went out to his smithy and weighed out iron enough to make a stout staff a stone weight, and he smithied it well while his son looked on. […] So they weighed six stone of iron and smithied a great bent club like a shinny, and when that was made and cooled the smith's son said, "that will do."