A cutting tool comprising a-sharp blade attached to a handle.
A cutting advantage; a blade.
A utensil or something designed for cutting, consisting of a set little bit of tough material, usually metal or any other steel (the knife), generally sharpened on a single edge, attached with a handle. The knife might pointed for piercing.
A weapon designed with these specs designed for slashing and/or stabbing and too short to be called a sword. A dagger.
Any blade-like part in an instrument or a device made for cutting, like the knives for a chipper.
An instrument consisting of a thin blade, generally of steel and achieving a-sharp advantage for cutting, fastened to a handle, but of many different forms and names for different uses.
A sword or dagger.
A cutting-instrument consisting of a comparatively quick knife and a handle, adjusted for easy usage with the hand.
In a wider sense, any tiny cutting-tool, or any part of an instrument or device having a-sharp edge for cutting or scraping: as, the knives of a mowing-machine, printing-press, meat-chopper, straw-cutter, etc.
A sword or cutlas; a lengthy cutting-weapon.
A saddlers' cutting-tool with a-sharp convex advantage.
edge-tool used as a cutting instrument; features a pointed blade with a-sharp edge and a handle
any lengthy thin projection which transient
a weapon with a handle and blade with a sharp point