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  • noun an artisan who makes jewelry and other objects out of gold


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  • The fine gold hair, twisted tight at the back of the shapely head, was like a coiled mass of burnished metal, some safe-keeping device of mint or gold-worker till the season of coining or fashioning should come round.

    Judith of the Plains Marie Manning

  • The daughter of Arutin, the gold-worker, and the wife of Saak, the tile-maker, said to me: "There is an excellent physician called Hripsime.

    Armenian Literature Anonymous


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