Tibetan name for their typical dress sword.
A subtype of khukurī that has two fullers in the main portion of the blade.
The Chinese word for a short straightsword.
Manchu for the fittings on either end of the scabbard.
Iban (Sea Dayak) word for sword.
Iban (Sea Dayak) word for parang ilang, a.k.a. mandau, the Borneo headhunter's sword.
Sinhalese word for "bow".
A type of gun from Montenegro with rich mother-of-pearl inlays.
Administrative divisions under which all Manchu households were placed during the Qing dynasty.
A suite of eight auspicious symbols used in Buddhist art.
Ainu word for sword
Literally "silver knife". Korean knives worn by upper class women in Joseon society.
Often used collector's name for the keris panjang.
An Igorot barbed war javelin.
An Igorot javelin type with a wide, barbless head.
Manchu word for sword grip ferrule.
Literally "foreigner", Hindi term for a European sword mounted in Indian hilt.
Cutler and sword maker in Paris, supplier of imperial swords.
A Sinhalese decorative motif in lacquer that consists of diamond shapes.
Sinhala term for fancy knives. Literally "stone handled knife".
Name for Indian work in two metals of contrasting colors, usually silver and gold.
Tibetan name for a Buddhist symbol consisting of three or four elements in a circle.
South Nias word for a specific type of sword.
Manchu for "saber guard".
A specific type of katar that is commonly associated with Kutch.