from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • n. A maker of knives and swords.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. A sword cutler.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A sword-cutler.


blade +‎ smith (Wiktionary)


  • Their leader at the time was a master bladesmith named Halkorin.

    Star Trek: Voyager®: Full Circle

  • He's made an arrangement with an Indonesian bladesmith, and soon will begin importing and offering for sale some quality knives of special interest to silat players.

    Bobbe Does Blades

  • In case you haven't figured it out I am a bladesmith.


  • He's an Australian, and travels to Java frequently, plus he's a bladesmith himself.

    That's not a knife, THIS is a knife ...

  • Her principal tool for the job of bladesmith was the hammer.

    Cold Mountain

  • Although the school does offer a certificate to each student who completes a Bladesmithing course, there is not one final bladesmith certification.

    You’re Certifiable

  • He was no bladesmith, just a dumb engineer trying to figure out how to counterfeit a workable sword while no one was around to second-guess him if his idea didn't work-using questionable techniques in an even more questionable environment.

    Fall of Angels

  • Maybe one of Taien's survivors was a decent bladesmith.

    The Fires of Heaven

  • Michael Rourke was in full battle gear, his handmade double shoulder rig with the twin Berettas, the knife made for him by old Jon the Icelandic bladesmith, the four-inch Smith 629 in the holster at his hip.

    The Arsenal

  • At a large table in the centre of the kitchen were seated some half-dozen yeomen of the guard, together with the clerk of the kitchen, the chief bargeman, and the royal cutler, or bladesmith, as he was termed.

    Windsor Castle

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