pišot m. (Arm.): smith's bellows. (te phurdel pišot: to produce a strong current of air with bellows.)
Many members of a family participated in smith's work. The wife or the children – from the age of six or seven – would work the bellows. The son, and sometimes even the wife or the oldest daughter, would take turns with the father "marenas pro trast" (literally, "to pound the iron": they hammered the iron into the proper shape).