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Nias word for a specific type of sword.
Generic Nias word for "knife" or "sword".
Kothimora khukurī (कोथि मुहुड़ा खुकुरि)
Nepali for a khukurī with an ornamental scabbard.
The khukri of Peter L. Achard
Also known as kothimora khukuri, in a scabbard with repousse silver mounts.
Thai word for a single-edged sword.
Burmese type of sword, worn in scabbard slung from the shoulder.
Shan da (ရှမ်းဓား)
Burmese word for the Shan sword with pointed blade.
Burmese word for their dagger.
Wōdāo (倭刀 / 窩刀)
Chinese term for a Japanese sword, or a large saber with strong Japanese influence.
Chinese name for a slender, curved saber. Often associated with large two-handers.
The Cantonese word for the Chinese straightsword.
Chinese term for "long saber".
A type of saber from the southern part of Kalimantan.
Āṅa khol khukurī (आङ आङ खुकुरी)
A subtype of khukurī that has a single fuller in the main portion of the blade.
Āṅa khukurī (आङ खुकुरी)
A subtype of khukurī that has no fullers in the main portion of the blade.
Tīna cirā khukurī (तीन चिरा खुकुरी)
A subtype of khukurī that has three fullers in the main portion of the blade.
Du'i cirā khukurī (दुइ चिरा खुकुरी)
A subtype of khukurī that has two fullers in the main portion of the blade.
Budhunē khukurī (बुधुने खुकुरी)
A variation of khukri with a short, broad blade.
Silver khukuri with bone grip
Often called "kothimora khukuri", with scabbards mounted in repousse and pierced silver.
Large silver mounted khukuri
With pierced mounts and velvet-covered scabbard.
Thrusting dagger of the Malay archipelago, often with an undulating blade.
Jamdhar (جامدار )
Persian word meaning "demon's tooth", used to describe daggers.
A Bornean term for a dart quiver.
Sirupātē khukurī (सिरुपाते खुकुरी)
A slender form of Nepalese khukurī.
Yem nguyệt đao (偃月刀)
Vietnamese version of the Chinese yǎnyuèdāo (偃月刀)
A style of Indian sword hilt.
A style of Indian sword hilt
A style of Indian sword hilt
Trường đao (長刀)
A large Vietnamese type of falchion sword.
Chinese name for a type of large hunting knife.
Thanh gươm (劍)
Vietnamese for a ceremonial saber.
The Vietnamese saber.
Gươm truòng (鎌長)
The Vietnamese two-handed saber.
Qīnglóng yǎnyuèdāo (青龍偃月刀)
The mythical pole arm of Guan Yu.
Literally, "horse cutting blade". The name of various classical Chinese weapons.
Alternative name for the húdiédāo.
Chinese for "chopping saber". An alternative name for the dàdāo.
Literally "big knife", it is primarily associated with the iconic broad saber of post-imperial China.
Literally: "Spring-autumn blade", an alternative name for the yǎnyuèdāo.
Name by which the yǎnyuèdāo (偃月刀) first appears in the 11th century.
A commonly used name for the yǎnyuèdāo (偃月刀).
A forward-curved sword that is associated mainly with the Ghurkas of Nepal.
A type of Chinese double swords with D-shaped guards.
Green Standard Army Zhanmadao
The Green Standard Army Zhanmadao was a large two-handed saber of the Qing dynasty.
Literally "waist saber", the standard military saber of the Qing.
Song kiếm (雙劍)
The Vietnamese double sword.
The double-edged straightsword of Vietnam.
Literally "long keris", a weapon mostly associated with Sumatra and Malaysia.
A straight, single-edged sword with forked hilt used in northern Sumatra.
A Chinese type of fighting flail