A Sinhalese decorative pattern that consists of plain lines.
Sinhala term for the edge on a sword blade.
A Qing imperial honor guard selected from war heroes and descendants of war heroes of the Upper Three Banners.
Manchu word for the Valiant Cavalry, the main contingent of Manchu, Mongolian and Chinese Banner troops.
Ifugao word for a woven rattan covering on handles and shafts.
Sinhala for side plates on a sword.
A subtype of khukurī that has a single fuller in the main portion of the blade.
A subtype of khukurī that has no fullers in the main portion of the blade.
Manchu word for the washer at the back of a sword pommel.
Hindi from the Sanskrit aṅkuśa, it means "elephant goad".
Japanese word for a sword guard shape. Literelly "hollyhock shape".
The tongue on the butt end of a Maori war club.
A famed Indian maker of knives, swords, spears, and tableware.
Sword guards that were made across Asia, specifically with export in mind.
Tibetan for the Eight Buddhist Treasures
Body of the Maori taiaha war club.
Sinhala for "knuckle guard".
Sinhala term given by Deraniyagala for "knuckle guard".
Hindi word for "tiger claw", a clawed weapon held in the palm of the hand.
Qing Chinese for the ferrule of a sword hilt.
Chinese meaning "Eight Trigrams", representing the fundamental principles of our world.
An alloy of copper, nickel, and zinc used among others for sword parts.
Cantonese for báitóng.
South Nias word for a specific type of sword.
The national sword of the Kingdom of Sikkim, a monarchy in the eastern Himalayas.