falchion definition

  • noun:
    • a brief, wide sword with a convex leading edge and a-sharp point, used in medieval times.
    • Archaic A sword.
    • A broad-bladed sword, slightly curved, shorter and lighter as compared to ordinary blade; -- utilized in the center years.
    • A name provided usually and poetically to a sword, specially to your swords of Oriental and fabled warriors.
    • a brief, wide sword having a convex advantage curving dramatically to the stage; loosely, such as poetry, any sword.
    • a quick diverse slightly convex medieval sword with a-sharp point
    • a brief, wide sword with a convex cutting edge and a-sharp point, found in medieval times.
    • Archaic A sword.
    • A broad-bladed blade, a little curved, faster and less heavy as compared to ordinary sword; -- found in the Middle Ages.
    • A name given usually and poetically to a sword, especially towards the swords of Oriental and fabled warriors.
    • a brief, wide sword having a convex advantage curving dramatically to the point; loosely, as with poetry, any blade.
    • a brief diverse somewhat convex medieval blade with a sharp point
    • A short, wide sword with a convex leading edge and a sharp point, used in medieval times.
    • Archaic A sword.
    • A broad-bladed blade, slightly curved, shorter and less heavy than the ordinary sword; -- utilized in the center years.
    • A name offered generally and poetically to a sword, specifically to the swords of Oriental and fabled warriors.
    • a brief, wide blade having a convex advantage curving dramatically to the stage; loosely, as in poetry, any blade.
    • a quick diverse slightly convex medieval sword with a-sharp point

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