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Daggers & knives
Collector's term for the ridges outlining grooves on a khukurī blade.
Nepali term for the ridges outlining grooves on a khukurī blade.
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.
Tīna cirā khukurī (तीन चिरा खुकुरी)
A subtype of khukurī that has three fullers in the main portion of the blade.
Du'i cirā khukurī (दुइ चिरा खुकुरी)
A subtype of khukurī that has two fullers in the main portion of the blade.
Nepali word for the handle of a khukuri.
Nepali word for the "shoulder" of a khukurī blade.
Nepali for the grooves running the base of a khukuri blade.
Nepali term for the notch at the base of a khukurī blade.
Nepali term for the edge of a blade.
Nepali term for the blade of a khukurī.
Budhunē khukurī (बुधुने खुकुरी)
A variation of khukri with a short, broad blade.
The traditional fighting and utility knife of Nepal.
Thrusting dagger of the Malay archipelago, often with an undulating blade.
French word for case or kit. Used for arms that carry other accouterments in their scabbard.
Jamdhar (جامدار )
Persian word meaning "demon's tooth", used to describe daggers.
A specific type of katar that is commonly associated with Kutch.
Alternate writing for Khēmau, an armorer working at Bundi.
Sirupātē khukurī (सिरुपाते खुकुरी)
A slender form of Nepalese khukurī.
Common collector's term for the Nepalese khukuri. Main article: Khukuri
Khukurī (खुकुरी )
A utility and fighting knife associated mainly with the Ghurkas of Nepal.
An armorer working in Bundi from at least 1835 to 1872.
Persian word for dagger.
Manchu word for a type of large hunting knife.
Chinese name for a type of large hunting knife.
A type of eastern dagger with a fairly straight thrusting blade.
Burmese word for their dagger.
Bolo simply means knife and is usually used to describe a wide range of Philippine single-edged machete-like tools and weapons.
Commonly used name for an Indian push dagger.
In Turkish, bichaq literally means "knife".
Sinhala term for fancy knives. Literally "stone handled knife".
Often used collector's name for the keris panjang.
Literally "long keris", a weapon mostly associated with Sumatra and Malaysia.
A peculiar style of hooded push dagger that originated in South India, under the Vijayanagara empire.
Literally "silver knife". Korean knives worn by upper class women in Joseon society.
Sinhala for "sharp knife".
Sinhala for "knife".
Often-used term to describe a group of ornate Sinhalese knives.
An Indian dagger with recurved blade and large lunette pommels that are usually made of ivory plates.
The Bichuwa is an Indian dagger with a looped hilt and recurved blade.
Alternative spelling for chilanum, a South Indian type of dagger.
An Indian type of dagger.
A short Bhutanese dagger with a blade that gradually narrows to an acute point.
A type of Indian dagger with a stem-like grip and wide pommel.