goldsmith beetle


From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48:

Goldsmith \Gold"smith`\, n. [AS. goldsmi?. See Gold., and
   Smith.]
   1. An artisan who manufactures vessels and ornaments, etc.,
      of gold.
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   2. A banker. [Obs.]
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   Note: The goldsmiths of London formerly received money on
         deposit because they were prepared to keep it safely.
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   Goldsmith beetle (Zool.), a large, bright yellow, American
      beetle (Cotalpa lanigera), of the family
      Scarab[ae]id[ae]
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