A Chinese javelin.
The Chinese long spear.
Literally: "Spring-autumn blade", an alternative name for the yǎnyuèdāo.
An Igorot barbed war javelin.
An Igorot javelin type with a wide, barbless head.
A commonly used name for the yǎnyuèdāo (偃月刀).
A very long spear or lance, issued to the cavalry of the Guard Division.
Burmese for spear, lance, or javelin.
The Chinese tiger fork.
A very large spear issued to the cavalry contingent of the Guard Division.
A large hunting spear in use by the Qing dynasty Tiger spear division.
The long spear of the Jianruiying, the special forces of the Qing dynasty.
A type of spear used by the Jianruiying, the Qing's special forces.
A type of javelin used by the Igorot headhunters of Luzon.
Japanese term for an irregular hamon sometimes found on spearheads
Nickname for Guan Yu's "Green Dragon Crescent Blade".
A large spear issued to the troops of the Green Standard Army in the Qing dynasty
Persian word for spear/lance.
Alternative name for a Sinhalese processional polearm. See patisthānaya below.
A Sinhalese processional polearm.
The mythical pole arm of Guan Yu.
A type of multi-barbed javelin used by the Igorot of Luzon.
A Chinese type of javelin.
Manchu name for a large hunting spear in use by the Qing dynasty Tiger spear division.
Chinese "tiger forks" or hǔchā (虎叉) are one of the classic weapons in Chinese martial arts.