dolabra definition

  • noun:
    • An ancient axe or hatchet.
    • A rude old ax or hatchet, present in galleries.
    • In Roman antiquity, a cutting or searching implement of various forms, made use of, relating to form and purpose, as a hatchet, an ax, a knife, a chisel, a mattock, or a pickax.
    • an old axe or hatchet.
    • A rude old ax or hatchet, seen in museums.
    • In Roman antiquity, a cutting or digging apply of varied shapes, used, according to shape and purpose, as a hatchet, an ax, a knife, a chisel, a mattock, or a pickax.
    • a historical axe or hatchet.
    • A rude old ax or hatchet, noticed in museums.
    • In Roman antiquity, a cutting or looking implement of varied forms, made use of, based on shape and function, as a hatchet, an ax, a knife, a chisel, a mattock, or a pickax.
    • An ancient axe or hatchet.
    • A rude ancient ax or hatchet, noticed in galleries.
    • In Roman antiquity, a cutting or searching implement of various forms, used, according to shape and function, as a hatchet, an ax, a knife, a chisel, a mattock, or a pickax.

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