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Taiaha blade

Rau

Blade of a Maori taiaha war club
Taiaha body

Ate

Body of the Maori taiaha war club.
Taiaha body

Tinana

Body of the Maori taiaha war club.
Taiaha tongue

Arero

The tongue on the butt end of a Maori war club.
Maori club head

Upoko

Carved head on the butt end of a Maori war club.
Maori taiaha war staff

Taiaha / Hani

Maori two-handed club
Made maru logo

Māḍū (माडू) (Márú / Maduvu)

Marathi word for a parrying weapon consisting of two antelope horns.
Chinese garlic head mace logo

Suàntóu gūduǒ (蒜頭骨朵)

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

Kudi

Indonesian word for a peculiar weapon/farming tool.
Kudi bares logo

Kudi bares

Indonesian word for a peculiar farming tool.
Bagh nakh logo

Bagh nakh (बाघ नख)

Hindi word for "tiger claw", a clawed weapon held in the palm of the hand.
Teišun-i giyan

Teišun-i giyan

Manchu for a brass or bronze mace.
Qing rank badge

Bŭzi (補子)

Chinese for a ranking badge worn by civil and military officials
yataraku fadu

Yatarakū fadu

A traditional fire-making pouch.
Kusarigama

Kusarigama (鎖鎌)

A Japanese scythe weapon with weight and chain.
Iron whip

Ruǎn tiěbiān (軟鐵鞭)

Historical Chinese term for an iron chain weapon.
Axe

Tonngya

A type of Indian tribal battle axe made and used by the Gond people.
Bullova

Bullova

A type of axe associated with the Khond people of India.
Pharetri axe

Pharetri

A type of axe associated with the Khond people of India.
Valiant Cavalry

Xiāoqíyíng (驍騎營)

Language: Mandarin Chinese
Source: Classical literature

Huolianbao logo

Huǒ lián bāo (火䥥包)

A traditional fire-making pouch.
Bronze mace logo

Tóngjiǎn (銅鐧)

Chinese for a bronze mace.
Chinese liánjiābàng flail

Liánjiābàng (連耞棒)

A Chinese type of fighting flail
Ankus

Aṅkus

Hindi from the Sanskrit aṅkuśa, it means "elephant goad".
Jian mace logo

Jiǎn (鐧)

A type of Chinese mace with a smooth rod.
Bian mace and whip logo

Tiěbiān (鐵鞭)

Used to describe both flexible sectioned whips and heavy bar-maces.
Chinese bian logo

Biān (鞭)

Literally: "whip". Describes actual whips but also iron chain weapons and rigid bar-maces.