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Suàntóu gūduǒ (蒜頭骨朵)
Literally "garlic mace", the name of a mace with a bulbous head.
The Chinese word for a short straightsword.
Lohar, Lor (لور), lawa-āor (لواور )
Pashto word for sickle.
A type of Batak sword
A type of javelin used by the Igorot headhunters of Luzon.
A type of multi-barbed javelin used by the Igorot of Luzon.
An Igorot barbed war javelin.
An Igorot javelin type with a wide, barbless head.
Commonly used name for the sword of the Muruts, headhunters of northern Borneo.
An Acehnese type of saber
Literally "foreigner", Hindi term for a European sword mounted in Indian hilt.
Sinhalese word for a type of dagger.
Pesh-kabz (پیش قبض)
Widely used Persian word for a type of dagger.
An Acehnese type of thrusting dagger.
Hanshee khukurī (हँसिया खुकुरी)
A commonly used name for an early type of long slender khukurī.
Indonesian word for a peculiar weapon/farming tool.
Acehnese word for blunderbuss.
Lila / lilla
Indonesian word for a swivel cannon.
Indonesian word for a peculiar farming tool.
Hindi word for shield.
Hindi word for a type of arm protection.
Persian word for a piece of lower arm protection.
Kusari zukin (鎖頭巾)
Japanese name for the hood of a mail armor set.
Kusari katabira (鎖帷子)
Japanese name for a jacket of mail armor.
Japanese word for "chain", also used to describe mail armor.
Persian word for a deeply curved sword with narrow blade.
Word used for an Indian sword with hunting scenes.
A type of Ottoman sword with a distinct eared hilt and recurved blade.
A distinctive type of European military saber, used from the early 19th to early 20th century.
Bagh nakh (बाघ नख)
Hindi word for "tiger claw", a clawed weapon held in the palm of the hand.
Padri gun is the name of a Malay matchlock.
Alternative name for the mandau of Borneo
Popular name for the common sword of Borneo.
Nias word for a specific type of sword.
Generic Nias word for "knife" or "sword".
A trousse khukurī
Its scabbard with 12 pockets, with 10 of the items remaining.
Kothimora khukurī (कोथि मुहुड़ा खुकुरि)
Nepali for a khukurī with an ornamental scabbard.
The khukri of Peter L. Achard
Also known as kothimora khukuri, in a scabbard with repousse silver mounts.
Thai word for a single-edged sword.
Burmese type of sword, worn in scabbard slung from the shoulder.
Shan da (ရှမ်းဓား)
Burmese word for the Shan sword with pointed blade.
Burmese word for their dagger.
Wōdāo (倭刀 / 窩刀)
Chinese term for a Japanese sword, or a large saber with strong Japanese influence.
Chinese name for a slender, curved saber. Often associated with large two-handers.
The Cantonese word for the Chinese straightsword.
Chinese term for "long saber".
A type of saber from the southern part of Kalimantan.
Āṅa khol khukurī (आङ आङ खुकुरी)
A subtype of khukurī that has a single fuller in the main portion of the blade.
Āṅa khukurī (आङ खुकुरी)
A subtype of khukurī that has no fullers in the main portion of the blade.