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Jebele

Jebele

Manchu word for quiver. Also means "right hand".
Anggûta

Anggûta

Manchu word for the washer at the back of a sword pommel.
Turu

Turu

Manchu word for saber lanyard.
Sirdan sele

Sirdan sele

Manchu for the suspension bar on top of a sword scabbard.
Suspension bands

Tebeliyeku

Manchu for the suspension bands on a sword scabbard.
dubei toldohon

Dubei toldohon

Manchu for the fittings on either end of the scabbard.
Homhon

Homhon

Manchu word for scabbard.
Saber ferrule

fesin-i toldohon

Manchu word for sword grip ferrule.
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Guye

Language: Manchu
Source: Classical literature

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Garin

Manchu for "saber guard".
tiger spear

Tasha gida

Manchu name for a large hunting spear in use by the Qing dynasty Tiger spear division.
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A saber glossary in Manchu

An overview of Manchu saber terminology.
Loho

Loho

Manchu word for saber.
Agūrai Hiya

Agūrai Hiya

A Qing imperial honor guard selected from war heroes and descendants of war heroes of the Upper Three Banners.
Imperial Guard (Qing)

Gocika Bayara

Manchu for Imperial Bodyguard
Bordered Red Banner

Bordered Red Banner

A Qing military and administrative division.
Xiānghóngqí

Xiānghóngqí (鑲紅旗)

"Bordered Red Banner", a Qing dynasty military and administrative division.
Kubuhe fulgiyan gūsa

Kubuhe fulgiyan gūsa

"Bordered Red Banner", a Qing dynasty military and administrative division.
Bordered White Banner

Kubuhe šanggiyan gūsa

"Bordered White Banner", a Qing dynasty military and administrative division.
Xiāngbáiqí

Xiāngbáiqí (鑲白旗)

"Bordered White Banner", a Qing dynasty military and administrative division.
Bordered White Banner

Bordered White Banner

A Qing military and administrative division.
Bordered Blue Banner

Bordered Blue Banner

A Qing military and administrative division.
Xiānglánqí

Xiānglánqí (鑲藍旗)

"Bordered Blue Banner", a Qing dynasty military and administrative division.
Kubuhe lamun gūsa

Kubuhe lamun gūsa

"Bordered Blue Banner", a Qing dynasty military and administrative division.
Plain Blue Banner

Plain Blue Banner

A Qing military and administrative division.
Plain Red Banner

Plain Red Banner

A Qing military and administrative division.
Plain red banner

Zhènghóngqí (正紅旗)

"Plain Red Banner", a Qing dynasty military and administrative division.
Gulu fulgiyan gūsa

Gulu fulgiyan gūsa 

"Plain Red Banner", a Qing dynasty military and administrative division.
xiānghuángqí

Zhènglánqí (鑲藍旗)

"Plain Blue Banner", a Qing dynasty military and administrative division.
Gulu lamun gūsa

Gulu lamun gūsa

"Plain Blue Banner", a Qing dynasty military and administrative division.
gulu šanggiyan gūsa

Gulu šanggiyan gūsa

"Plain White Banner", a Qing dynasty military and administrative division.
Plain White Banner

Plain White Banner

A Qing military and administrative division.
Zhèngbáiqí

Zhèngbáiqí (正白旗) 

"Plain White Banner", a Qing dynasty military and administrative division.
Gulu suwayan gūsa

Gulu suwayan gūsa

"Plain Yellow Banner", a Qing dynasty military and administrative division.
Zhènghuángqí

Zhènghuángqí (正黃旗)

"Plain Yellow Banner", a Qing dynasty military and administrative division.
Plain Yellow Banner

Plain Yellow Banner

A Qing military and administrative division.
Bordered Red Banner

Kubuhe suwayan gūsa

"Bordered Yellow Banner", a Qing dynasty military and administrative division.
Bordered Red Banner

Xiānghuángqí (鑲黃旗)

"Bordered Yellow Banner", a Qing dynasty military and administrative division.
Bordered Red Banner

Bordered Yellow Banner

A Qing military and administrative division.
Tunkou

Ulhun

Manchu for tūnkǒu (吞口), a collar piece on the base of a sword or saber blade.
Groove

Kuhen

Machu for a groove on a blade or arrowhead
Sādài quiver

Sādài (撒袋)

Chinese name for the Manchu style quiver.
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Fangshi officer's saber

With a good blade and a set of fittings that exceed the quality of most of this period.
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Bāqí (八旗)

Administrative divisions under which all Manchu households were placed during the Qing dynasty.
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Pī jiàn (鈚箭)

Chinese name for a class of broadhead arrows. (Alternative spelling using an archaic character).
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Pī jiàn (披箭)

Chinese name for a class of broadhead arrows.
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Silin dacungga kūwaran

An elite light unit under the Qing dynasty Eight Banners.
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Jiànruìyíng (健銳營)

An elite unit under the Qing dynasty Eight Banners, comparable to today's special forces.
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Niru

Manchu word for a class of broadhead arrows, a military "company", or captain.
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Hǔqiāngyíng(虎槍營)

An elite unit of Qing imperial guardsmen that accompanied the emperor into dangerous hunting grounds.