bilbo definition

  • noun:
    • An iron bar that sliding fetters are attached, formerly regularly shackle your feet of prisoners.
    • Archaic A sword, particularly one having a well-tempered knife.
    • a computer device for punishment. See bilboes.
    • a type of blade with well-tempered and versatile knife, originally manufactured in Bilbao and Toledo.
    • A rapier; a sword; so-named from Bilbao, in Spain.
    • a lengthy club or bolt of iron with sliding shackles, and a lock at the end, to limit your feet of prisoners or offenders, esp. aboard of boats.
    • previously, a sword or sword-blade, well-known for severe elasticity, manufactured in Bilbao in Spain.
    • Therefore Any blade.
    • A long bar or bolt of metal having sliding shackles and a lock, previously accustomed confine your own feet of prisoners or offenders, specifically on-board ship: usually in plural.
    • An iron bar that sliding fetters tend to be affixed, previously used to shackle your own feet of prisoners.
    • Archaic A sword, particularly one having a well-tempered blade.
    • a computer device for discipline. See bilboes.
    • a type of sword with well-tempered and versatile knife, initially stated in Bilbao and Toledo.
    • A rapier; a sword; so-named from Bilbao, in Spain.
    • a lengthy club or bolt of metal with sliding shackles, and a lock at the conclusion, to limit your feet of prisoners or offenders, esp. on-board of ships.
    • Formerly, a sword or sword-blade, famous for extreme elasticity, built in Bilbao in Spain.
    • Therefore Any sword.
    • an extended club or bolt of iron having sliding shackles and a lock, formerly familiar with limit your own feet of prisoners or offenders, specially aboard ship: usually in plural.

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