Nepali word for embroidery; braid; filigree work.
English name for the húdiédāo (蝴蝶刀)
Chinese for a ranking badge worn by civil and military officials
Nepali word for the small fire striker often carried in the scabbard of a khukurī.
The "four curved" bow
Old Javanese for a type of arrow with a wheel attached.
Chinese term for "long saber".
The Chinese long spear.
A famous bow making shop in Chengdu, active until the 1960s.
Alternative spelling for chilanum, a South Indian type of dagger.
A type of Indian dagger with a stem-like grip and wide pommel.
Collector's term for the ridges outlining grooves on a khukurī blade.
A type of Burmese floral scrolling.
Literally: "Spring-autumn blade", an alternative name for the yǎnyuèdāo.
A type of Bhutanese sword with a triple "W" pattern on its silver-clad scabbard.
Nepali term for the ridges outlining grooves on a khukurī blade.
Thai word for a single-edged sword.
Literally "big knife", it is primarily associated with the iconic broad saber of post-imperial China.
Burmese word for their dagger.
Burmese type of sword, worn in scabbard slung from the shoulder.
A rather broad term that is used to describe steel that exhibits a fancy pattern.
Literally "single saber", it refers to any type of dāo used solely without shield or weapon in the other hand.
The Marathi name for the pata, a gauntlet sword thought to have been developed by them.
Used to describe a wide variety of single-edged tools and weapons.
Qing Chinese for the back of a blade.