Daggers

2017-07-27T19:01:45+03:00[Europe/Moscow] en true Kirpan, Bollock dagger, Fairbairn–Sykes fighting knife, Kris, Katar (dagger), Boot knife, Kīla (Buddhism), Cinquedea, Parazonium, Pata (sword), Misericorde (weapon), Mambele (knives), Dagger, Rencong, V-42 stiletto, Malappuram Kathi, United States Marine Raider stiletto, Bichuwa, Haladie, Jamdhar Katari, Seme (dagger), Ear dagger, Gerber Mark II, Amphismela, Poignard, Khanjali, Blakas, Sewar, Sikin Panyang flashcards Daggers
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  • Kirpan
    The kirpan (/kɪərˈpɑːn/; Punjabi: ਕਿਰਪਾਨ kirpān) is a sword or knife carried by Sikhs.
  • Bollock dagger
    A bollock dagger or ballock knife is a type of dagger with a distinctively shaped shaft, with two oval swellings at the guard resembling male testes ("bollocks").
  • Fairbairn–Sykes fighting knife
    The Fairbairn–Sykes fighting knife is a double-edged fighting knife resembling a dagger or poignard with a foil grip developed by William Ewart Fairbairn and Eric Anthony Sykes in Shanghai based on concepts which the two men initiated before World War II while serving on the Shanghai Municipal Police in China.
  • Kris
    The kris (Ngoko Javanese: ꦏꦼꦫꦶꦱ꧀ ; Krama Javanese: ꦮꦁꦏꦶꦔꦤ꧀; Ngoko Gêdrìk: kêrìs; Krama Gêdrìk: wangkingan, lit. "to slice"; Tagalog: kalis; Bugis and Makassarese: sele) is an asymmetrical dagger with distinctive blade-patterning achieved through alternating laminations of iron and nickelous iron (pamor).
  • Katar (dagger)
    The katar or katara, is a type of push dagger from India and Persia.
  • Boot knife
    A boot knife or a gambler's dagger is a small fixed-blade knife (usually, a dagger) that is designed to be carried in or on a boot.
  • Kīla (Buddhism)
    The kīla (Sanskrit Devanagari: कील; IAST: kīla; Tibetan: ཕུར་བ, Wylie: phur ba, pronunciation between pur-ba and pur-pu, alt. transliterations and English orthographies: phurpa, phurbu, purbha, or phurpu) is a three-sided peg, stake, knife, or nail-like ritual implement traditionally associated with Indo-Tibetan Buddhism, Bön, and Indian Vedic traditions.
  • Cinquedea
    The cinquedea is a civilian short sword (or long dagger).
  • Parazonium
    A parazonium is a long triangular dagger, wide at the hilt end and coming to a point.
  • Pata (sword)
    The pata or patta (Marathi:दांडपट्टा, Hindi: पट) is an Indian sword with a gauntlet integrated as a handguard.
  • Misericorde (weapon)
    A misericorde (/ˌmɪzərɪˈkɔːrd/ or /-zɛrɪ-/) (from French word "miséricorde", mercy) was a long, narrow knife, used in medieval times to deliver the death stroke (the mercy stroke, hence the name of the blade, derived from the Latin misericordia, "act of mercy") to a seriously wounded knight.
  • Mambele (knives)
    A Mambele is a form of knife in mid- to South Africa, but was originally a curved throwing dagger used by the Mangbetu.
  • Dagger
    A dagger is a knife with a very sharp point designed or capable of being used as a thrusting or stabbing weapon.
  • Rencong
    The rencong (Acehnese: reuncong, Dutch spelling: rentjong, British spelling: renchong) is a type of knife originating in Aceh, Indonesia.
  • V-42 stiletto
    The V-42 stiletto was a stiletto and fighting knife issued during World War II to the First Special Service Force (1st SSF, aka Devil's Brigade), a joint Canadian/American commando unit.
  • Malappuram Kathi
    A Malappuram kathi is a kind of dagger, developed by few blacksmith families of Malappuram district from Malabar Region of Kerala in ancient times.
  • United States Marine Raider stiletto
    The U.S. Marine Raider stiletto was a stiletto and combat knife issued to the Marine Raiders and 1st Canadian Parachute Battalion during World War II.
  • Bichuwa
    The bichuwa or bichawa (Hindi: बिछवा, Urdu: بچھوا‎) is an Indian dagger with a loop hilt and a narrow undulating blade.
  • Haladie
    The haladie is a double-edged dagger from ancient Syria and India, consisting of two curved blades, each approximately 8.
  • Jamdhar Katari
    The Jamdhar-Katari is the traditional dagger of the Hindu Kush strains in Afghanistan.
  • Seme (dagger)
    They have a distinctive leaf-shaped blade, with a relatively rounded point.
  • Ear dagger
    An ear dagger is a relatively rare and exotic form of dagger that was used during the late Middle Ages and Renaissance.
  • Gerber Mark II
    The Gerber Mark II is a fighting knife manufactured by Gerber Legendary Blades from 1967 to 2000, with an additional limited run of 1500 in 2002, and full production resuming as of July 2008.
  • Amphismela
    An amphismela is an anatomical knife, edged on both sides.
  • Poignard
    A poniard /ˈpɒnjərd/ or poignard (Fr.) is a long, lightweight thrusting knife with a continuously tapering, acutely pointed blade and crossguard, historically worn by the upper class, noblemen, or the knighthood.
  • Khanjali
    A Khanjali (Adyghe: Къамэ,Georgian: ხანჯალი or Kinzhal when translating the Russian Кинжал) is a double-edged dagger often with a single off-set groove on each face of the blade, and a secondary weapon used in Georgia and the Caucasus since ancient times.
  • Blakas
    Blakas or Belakas is a general name for any sort of cleaver or large knife originating from Bali, Indonesia that has a heavy rectangular blade with a straight cutting edge used for chopping.
  • Sewar
    Sewar (or Sejwa, Sivas, Siwah, Siwai, Siwar, Siwaz) refers to a dagger of Indian origin, typically carried in a belt and used mainly in Sumatra, Indonesia.
  • Sikin Panyang
    Sikin Panjang (also known as Sikin Panyang, Gloepak Sikin, Glupak Sikin, Jekinpandjang, Loedjoe Aceh, Loedjoe Atjeh, Loedjoe Naru, Ludju Naru, Narumo, Sekin Pandjang, Sekin Panjang, Sekin Pandjang, Sekin Panjang Meutatah, Thikin Panjang) is a sword originating from northern Sumatra, Indonesia.