to create or shape on an anvil to hammer on as anviled armor
- an iron block usually with a metallic face where metals tend to be hammered and formed
- the ossicle amongst the malleus plus the stapes
- huge block of iron or steel where hot metals are formed by hammering
- An iron block, typically with a steel face, where metals are hammered and shaped.
- Anything resembling an anvil in shape or usage.
- the incus. See Incus.
- to create or profile on an anvil; to hammer down; since, anviled armor.
Old English anfilt, a Proto-Germanic chemical (cognates: Middle Dutch anvilt, Old High German anafalz, Dutch aanbeeld, Danish ambolt "anvil") from *ana- "on" + *filtan "hit" (see felt (letter.)). The ear bone so called from 1680s. Anvil Chorus will be based upon the "Gypsy Song" that opens Act II of Giuseppe Verdi's opera "Il Trovatore," very first performed in Teatro Apollo, Rome, Jan. 19, 1853.
(n.) An iron block, often with a steel face, upon which metals are hammered and shaped.
- (letter.) such a thing resembling an anvil in shape or use.
- (v. t.) To form or shape in an anvil; to hammer away; as, anviled armor.
Gran Piedra rises more than 5200 ft., the Ojo del Toro more than 33 00, the Anvil de Baracoa is somewhat lower, and Pan de Matanzas is about 1267 ft.