South Nias word for a specific type of sword.
An old Javanese word for a type of arrow with a large spearhead shaped arrowhead.
Generic Nias word for "knife" or "sword".
A mythical Burmese, shape-shifting creature.
Bolo simply means knife and is usually used to describe a wide range of Philippine single-edged machete-like tools and weapons.
Old Javanese for a type of arrow with a wheel attached.
A type of Burmese floral scrolling.
Thai word for a single-edged sword.
Burmese word for their dagger.
Burmese type of sword, worn in scabbard slung from the shoulder.
Dayak name for a blowgun dart
Name for a wide range of native groups of Borneo.
Burmese word for sword, knife or chopper.
Alternative spelling of da̱hmjaun, the Burmese word for their dagger.
A name for the long Burmese dha.
Burmese for a type of sword worn slung over the shoulder.
Iban (Sea Dayak) word for sword.
Iban (Sea Dayak) word for parang ilang, a.k.a. mandau, the Borneo headhunter's sword.
A type of gun from Montenegro with rich mother-of-pearl inlays.
A suite of eight auspicious symbols used in Buddhist art.
Often used collector's name for the keris panjang.
An Igorot barbed war javelin.
An Igorot javelin type with a wide, barbless head.
Literally "foreigner", Hindi term for a European sword mounted in Indian hilt.
Cutler and sword maker in Paris, supplier of imperial swords.