The Chinese straightsword.
A type of Chinese mace with a smooth rod.
Chinese term for the spot on the bow where the arrow slips by.
An elite unit under the Qing dynasty Eight Banners, comparable to today's special forces.
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.
Nepali word for fluted ornamentation, "like cumin seed".
A famous bow making shop in Beijing, still active.
Sinhala for "blade".
Nepali word for the bolster of a khukuri.
Sinhalese term for a decorative motif that consists of a mesh-like pattern with floral elements. Also called koḷa vẹla.
Chinese for "chopping saber". An alternative name for the dàdāo.
A style of Indian sword hilt
A type of eastern dagger with a fairly straight thrusting blade.
Nepali word for the small utility knife carried in the scabbard of a khukurī.
The national sword of Sri Lanka, being a saber with an elaborately carved hilt.
Commonly used name for an Indian push dagger.
Nepali term for the notch at the base of a khukurī blade.
A type of straightsword of the Malabar coast.
Thrusting dagger of the Malay archipelago, often with an undulating blade.
Literally "long keris", a weapon mostly associated with Sumatra and Malaysia.
A type of Indian sword with a heavy, straight blade that widens at the top.
Persian word for dagger.
An Indian dagger with recurved blade and large lunette pommels that are usually made of ivory plates.
An Indian type of dagger.