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Khapwah

Name for a type of dagger we now tend to call chilanum.
Jamdhar katari

Jamdhar kátári

Hindu term for an archaic form of dagger.
Jamdhar sehlicaneh

Jamdhar sehlicaneh

A triple-pointed push dagger.
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Jamdhar doulicaneh

A double-pointed push dagger.
Pesh-kabz logo

Pesh-kabz (پیش قبض)

Widely used Persian word for a type of dagger.
Sadeli work

Khātam

Persian word for a type of marquetry work.
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Dastānā (दस्ताने)

Hindi word for a type of arm protection.
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Bāzuband (بازوبند)

Persian word for a piece of lower arm protection.
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Shamshir (شمشیر‎)

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

Shikārgar

Word used for an Indian sword with hunting scenes.
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Yatağan

A type of Ottoman sword with a distinct eared hilt and recurved blade.
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Tarkash (ترکش )

Persian word for quiver
Indian arrows

Tīr (तीर)

Hindi loan word from Persian for "arrow" or "arrows".
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Dhu alfaqar (ذو الفقار)

An Islamic legendary sword.
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Khanjar (خنجر)

Persian word for dagger.
Miquelet lock

Miquelet

Collector's jargon for a type of lock for a firearm
Kard dagger

Kard (کرد)

A type of eastern dagger with a fairly straight thrusting blade.
Bichaq

Bichaq

In Turkish, bichaq literally means "knife".
Manceaux

Manceaux à Paris

A notable French arms manufacturer who also made fine presentation weapons in Asian styles.
Tefvik the bookbinder

Tevfik the leather binder

An Ottoman leather binder who in 1866 - 1867 covered a bow made by Haci Gavsî in 1824 - 1825.
Haci Gavsî signature

Haci gavsî the bowyer

Signed an Ottoman bow made in late 1824 or 1825.
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Zulfiqar

An Islamic legendary sword.
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Pulouar

A saber associated with the Pashtuns of present-day Afghanistan.