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Moplah logo

Moplah (sword)

Sword of the Mapilla Muslims of the Malabar Coast, South India.
Yari logo

Yari (槍)

Japanese word for spear or spearhead
Garo milam dao

Milam

A peculiar double-edged sword of the Garo people.
Yanthang sword logo

Yanthang

Lotha Naga word for a group of large obsolete dao used in ceremonies.
Noklang logo

Noklang

Ao Naga word for a number of large, archaic swords used in ceremonies.
Khasi dao logo

Khasi dao

A peculiar type of two-handed sword from the Khasi Hills, Assam.
Piso raout

Piso raout

A small utility knife used on the island of Borneo. Often carried with the Dayak mandau.
Maori taiaha war staff

Taiaha / Hani

Maori two-handed club
Uchigatana logo

Uchigatana (打刀)

Japanese word for a single-handed curved sword, the predecessor of the katana.
Persian spearhead

Neyze (نیزه )

Persian word for spear/lance.
Command arrow logo

Lìngjiàn (令箭) or "Command Arrow"

A special arrow used to prove one's authority.
Dayak dart logo

Tepus

A variety of Dayak blowgun dart.
Dayak blowgun dart logo

Damek

Dayak name for a blowgun dart
Dayak blowgun

Sumpitan

Malay name for the Dayak blowgun.
Vietnamese matchlock musket logo

Súng hỏa mai

Vietnamese word for matchlock musket.
Pattissa

Paṭṭiśaḥ (पट्टिश)

Language: Sanskrit
Origin: Dhanurveda of circa 1100-800 B.C.

Made maru logo

Māḍū (माडू) (Márú / Maduvu)

Marathi word for a parrying weapon consisting of two antelope horns.
Parang beladah logo

Parang beladeh / parang belabang

A curved saber from the southern part of the island of Borneo.
Parang ilang logo

Duku apang

Iban (Sea Dayak) word for parang ilang, a.k.a. mandau, the Borneo headhunter's sword.
Daku logo

Duku

Iban (Sea Dayak) word for sword.
Jamdhar doulicaneh logo

Jamdhar doulicaneh

A double-pointed push dagger.
Chinese garlic head mace logo

Suàntóu gūduǒ (蒜頭骨朵)

Literally "garlic mace", the name of a mace with a bulbous head.
Duanjian logo

Duǎnjiàn (短劍)

The Chinese word for a short straightsword.
Kalasan

Kalasan

A type of Batak sword
Kay-yan javelin

Kay-yan

A type of javelin used by the Igorot headhunters of Luzon.
Sinalawitan javelin

Sinalawitan

A type of multi-barbed javelin used by the Igorot of Luzon.
Fal-feg Igorot war javelin

Falfeg

An Igorot barbed war javelin.
Igorot fang-kao javelin

Fang-kao

An Igorot javelin type with a wide, barbless head.
Pakayun logo

Pakayun

Commonly used name for the sword of the Muruts, headhunters of northern Borneo.
Peudeueng logo

Peudeueng

An Acehnese type of saber
Firangi logo

Firaṅgī (फिरंगी)

Literally "foreigner", Hindi term for a European sword mounted in Indian hilt.
Kirichchiya

Kirichchiya (කිරිච්චය)

Sinhalese word for a type of dagger.
Pesh-kabz logo

Pesh-kabz (پیش قبض)

Widely used Persian word for a type of dagger.
Acehnese rencong

Rencong

An Acehnese type of thrusting dagger.
Hanshee khukuri logo

Hanshee khukurī (हँसिया खुकुरी)

A commonly used name for an early type of long slender khukurī.
Kudi logo

Kudi

Indonesian word for a peculiar weapon/farming tool.
Blunderbuss logo

Kěmura

Acehnese word for blunderbuss.
Lila cannon logo

Lila / lilla

Indonesian word for a swivel cannon.
Kudi bares logo

Kudi bares

Indonesian word for a peculiar farming tool.
Dhal shield logo

Ḍhāl (ढाल)

Hindi word for shield.
Dastana logo

Dastānā (दस्ताने)

Hindi word for a type of arm protection.
Bazuband logo

Bāzuband (بازوبند)

Persian word for a piece of lower arm protection.
Mail coif

Kusari zukin (鎖頭巾)

Japanese name for the hood of a mail armor set.
Japanese mail jacket

Kusari katabira (鎖帷子)

Japanese name for a jacket of mail armor.
Japanese mail logo

Kusari (鎖)

Japanese word for "chain", also used to describe mail armor.
Shamshir logo

Shamshir (شمشیر‎)

Persian word for a deeply curved sword with narrow blade.
Shikārgar

Shikārgar

Word used for an Indian sword with hunting scenes.
Yataghan logo

Yatağan

A type of Ottoman sword with a distinct eared hilt and recurved blade.