Sinhala for the edge on a sword blade.
Sinhala for side plates on a sword.
Sinhala for "knuckle guard".
Sinhala term given by Deraniyagala for "knuckle guard".
Qing Chinese for the ferrule of a sword hilt.
The national sword of the Kingdom of Sikkim, a monarchy in the eastern Himalayas.
Cantonese pronunciation for bāzhǎndāo, an alternative name for húdiédāo.
Alternative name for the húdiédāo.
English name for the húdiédāo (蝴蝶刀)
A type of Bhutanese sword with a triple "W" pattern on its silver-clad scabbard.
Literally "big knife", it is primarily associated with the iconic broad saber of post-imperial China.
Alternative spelling for dha-lwé. A large dha that was worn slung over the shoulder.
Literally "single saber", it refers to any type of dāo used solely without shield or weapon in the other hand.
The Marathi name for the pata, a gauntlet sword thought to have been developed by them.
Used to describe a wide variety of single-edged tools and weapons.
Qing Chinese for the back of a blade.
Qing Chinese for a groove in a saber blade.
Qing Chinese for a saber scabbard endpiece.
Qing Chinese for a specific type of scabbard endpiece.
The point of a blade.
Qing Chinese for "saber guard".
Qing Chinese for the suspension bar on a saber scabbard.
Qing Chinese for saber scabbard endpiece.
Qing Chinese for saber edge / saber blade.
Qing Chinese for edge damage on a saber blade.