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Sukul nganga hilt

Sukul nganga

A type of Batak sword hilt.

Kalasan

A type of Batak sword
Parapat logo

Parapat

The sword of the Murut, headhunters of northern Borneo.
Pakayun logo

Pakayun

Commonly used name for the sword of the Muruts, headhunters of northern Borneo.
Glupa icon

Glupa / Gloepa

Acehnese word for a golden crown at the base of swords and daggers.
Longquan logo

Lóngquán (龍泉)

A town in Zhejiang province, China, known as a sword making center.
Peudeueng logo

Peudeueng

An Acehnese type of saber
Hindu basket hilt

Hindu basket hilt

A type of Indian closed hilt design.
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.
Kirc logo

Kirć (किर्च) / kirić (किरिच)

Hindi name for a type of slightly curved sword with concave edged.
Yataghan logo

Yatağan

A type of Ottoman sword with a distinct eared hilt and recurved blade.
Pipe-back saber logo

Pipe-back saber

A distinctive type of European military saber, used from the early 19th to early 20th century.
Mata-djoh logo

Mata-djoh

Long Way Dayak word for a type of decoration consisting of S-shaped ornaments.
Tap-set-sien logo

Tap-set-sien

Long Way Dayak word for a type of decoration seen on mandau blades.
Mata kalong logo

Mata kalong

Long Way Dayak word for a type of decoration seen on mandau blades.
Li po tong tip style logo

Li-po-tong

Long Way Dayak word for a type of mandau tip.
Dayak lidjib mandau logo

Lidjib

Long Way Dayak word for a type of mandau tip.
Dayak mandau tip shape logo

Longna

Long Way Dayak word for a type of mandau tip.
Leng mandau tip

Monong

Long Way Dayak name for a type of mandau tip.
Leng tip logo

Leng

Long Way Dayak word for a variety of mandau.
Parang ilang logo

Parang ilang

Alternative name for the mandau of Borneo
Mandau

Mandau

Popular name for the common sword of Borneo.
Mala logo

Mala (माला)

Hindi for the lap welds seen on swords.
Nias Telogu

Telögu

Nias word for a specific type of sword.
Nias belatu logo

Belatu

Generic Nias word for "knife" or "sword".
Lin gin logo

Hkamti dha (ခန္တီး ဓား)

Burmese trade name of the lin gin, a machete-like sword.
Thai Daap logo

Dàap (ดาบ)

Thai word for a single-edged sword.
Dalwe

Dalwe (ဓားလွယ်)

Burmese type of sword, worn in scabbard slung from the shoulder.
Lin gin

Lin gin (လင်းကင်း)

Burmese for a machete-like that was used widely in Kachin state and Assam.
Shan da logo

Shan da (ရှမ်းဓား)

Burmese word for the Shan sword with pointed blade.
Mindan dha logo

Mindan dha

Name for fine dha with fine overlaid blades. Named after Mindan village where they were made.
Pedang benkok logo

Pedang bengkok

Indonesian word meaning "curved sword".
Wodao logo

Wōdāo (倭刀 / 窩刀)

Chinese term for a Japanese sword, or a large saber with strong Japanese influence.
Qing miaodao logo

Miáodāo (苗刀)

Chinese name for a slender, curved saber. Often associated with large two-handers.
Jian logo

Gim (劍)

The Cantonese word for the Chinese straightsword.
Pedang lurus logo

Pedang lurus

Indonesian term meaning "straight sword". Often used to describe a specific silver-clad shortsword.
Nepalese steel

Ispāt (इस्पात्)

Nepali word for steel.
Changdao logo

Chángdāo (長刀)

Chinese term for "long saber".
Jian guard logo

Hūshǒu (護手)

Chinese for the handguard of a weapon.
Parang nabur logo

Parang nabur

A type of saber from the southern part of Kalimantan.
Edge logo

Dhār (धार्)

Nepali term for the edge of a blade.
Jeyen Manchu saber tip logo

Jeyen

Manchu word for the tip of a saber.
Dhu alfaqar logo

Dhu alfaqar (ذو الفقار)

An Islamic legendary sword.
Husa dha

Husa Valley dha

A type of dha made by the Chinese Shan in Husa Valley, Yunnan.
Hakim shahi

Hakim shāhī

A style of Indian sword hilt.
Talwar

Talwar (तलवार)

The national sword of India.
Hakim khani logo

Hakim khāni

A style of Indian sword hilt
Karan shahi hilt

Karan shāhī

A style of Indian sword hilt