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Meaning of ARTIFICER

Pronunciation:  âr'tifisur

WordNet Dictionary
  1. [n]  an enlisted man responsible for the upkeep of small arms and machine guns etc.
  2. [n]  a skilled worker who practices some trade or handicraft
  3. [n]  someone who is the first to think of or make something

ARTIFICER is a 9 letter word that starts with A.


 Synonyms: armorer, armourer, artisan, craftsman, discoverer, inventor, journeyman
 See Also: Alexander Bell, Alexander Graham Bell, animal stuffer, barrel maker, beautician, Bell, Bessemer, bookbinder, bricklayer, Browning, Burroughs, Cartwright, ceramicist, ceramist, Charles Goodyear, Charles Proteus Steinmetz, clockmaker, clocksmith, coachbuilder, construction worker, cooper, coppersmith, cosmetician, Count Ferdinand von Zeppelin, creator, currier, Cyrus Hall McCormick, Cyrus McCormick, Daguerre, De Forest, diemaker, diesinker, Din Land, Eadweard Muybridge, Eastman, Edison, Edmund Cartwright, Edward James Muggeridge, Edwin Herbert Land, Eli Whitney, Elias Howe, Elisha Graves Otis, Elmer Ambrose Sperry, enlisted man, Fox Talbot, Francis Edgar Stanley, Fulton, Gatling, George Eastman, George Westinghouse, Gillette, glassblower, glasscutter, glassworker, glazer, glazier, goldbeater, Goldmark, Goodyear, hairdresser, hairstylist, hard hat, Hargreaves, Herman Hollerith, Hero, Hero of Alexandria, Heron, Hollerith, Howe, Isaac M. Singer, Isaac Merrit Singer, Jacquard, James Hargreaves, James Watt, John M. Browning, John Moses Browning, Joseph M. Jacquard, Joseph Marie Jacquard, King Camp Gilette, Land, Langley, Lee De Forest, Louis Jacques Mande Daguerre, luthier, machinist, mason, Mauser, Maxim, McCormick, mechanic, Mergenthaler, miller, Morris, Morse, Muybridge, Nikola Tesla, Orville Wright, Otis, Ottmar Mergenthaler, P. P. von Mauser, paperer, paperhanger, patentee, Peter Carl Goldmark, Peter Goldmark, Peter Paul Mauser, pipe fitter, plumber, potter, Richard Jordan Gatling, rigger, Robert Fulton, roofer, ropemaker, rope-maker, roper, Samuel F. B. Morse, Samuel Finley Breese Morse, Samuel Morse, Samuel Pierpoint Langley, shop mechanic, Singer, Sir Charles Wheatstone, Sir Henry Bessemer, Sir Hiram Stevens Maxim, skilled worker, Sperry, Stanley, steamfitter, Steinmetz, stonemason, stuffer, styler, stylist, Talbot, tanner, taxidermist, Tesla, The Father of Radio, Thomas Alva Edison, Thomas Edison, thrower, trained worker, upholsterer, von Mauser, Watt, weaver, welder, Westinghouse, Wheatstone, Whitney, Wilbur Wright, William Henry Fox Talbot, William Morris, William Seward Burroughs, window dresser, window trimmer, woodman, woodsman, woodworker, wright, Zeppelin



Webster's 1913 Dictionary
\Ar*tif"i*cer\, n. [Cf. F. artificier, fr. LL.
1. An artistic worker; a mechanic or manufacturer; one whose
   occupation requires skill or knowledge of a particular
   kind, as a silversmith.

2. One who makes or contrives; a deviser, inventor, or
   framer. ``Artificer of fraud.'' --Milton.

         The great Artificer of all that moves. --Cowper.

3. A cunning or artful fellow. [Obs.] --B. Jonson.

4. (Mil.) A military mechanic, as a blacksmith, carpenter,
   etc.; also, one who prepares the shells, fuses, grenades,
   etc., in a military laboratory.

Syn: Artisan; artist. See {Artisan}.

Easton Bible Dictionary

a person engaged in any kind of manual occupation (Gen. 4:22; Isa. 3:3).