Coppersmith (χαλκεύς, q. d. brazier, from χαλκός, copper), a worker in metals of any kind, a smith (Hesych. s.v.); a sense in which the word is used in other Greek writings (Hom. Od. 9:391). Alexander, an opponent of Paul, is designated as being of this trade (2Ti 4:14). SEE MECHANIC.