halberd definition

  • noun:
    • A weapon of fifteenth and 16th hundreds of years having an axlike knife and a steel spike mounted on the end of a long shaft.
    • A hand weapon composed of a lengthy pole fitted with a metal head; your head consist of a blade just like an axe and often a spike or hook.
    • an old long-handled weapon, which the pinnacle had a point and several lengthy, sharp sides, curved or right, and often extra things. The minds were sometimes of extremely sophisticated form.
    • A broad blade with razor-sharp sides closing in a sharp point, attached to a handle from 5 to 7 legs long: a weapon common in the centre ages and soon after.
    • A projection from the fore part of a horseshoe, built to alleviate the base in instances of lameness.
    • a pike fitted with an ax mind

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