Scimitar

• (n.) A saber with a much curved blade having the edge on the convex side, -- in use among Mohammedans, esp., the Arabs and persians. • (n.) A long-handled billhook. See Billhook.
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scimitar

(from the article `sword`) The advantage of a curved blade for cutting was early appreciated in Asia, where it was long used by the Indians, Persians, and others before its ...
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scimitar

1. A saber with a much curved blade having the edge on the convex side, in use among Mohammedans, especially, the Arabs and persians. ... Alternative forms: cimeter, and scymetar. ... 2. A long-handled billhook. See Billhook. ... <botany> Scimiter pods, the immense curved woody pods of a leguminous woody climbing plant (Entada scandens) growi...
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scimitar

noun a curved oriental saber; the edge is on the convex side of the blade
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Scimitar

A scimitar (so named from the Persian schimshir) or cimiter (so named from the Biscayan cimetarra) is a highly tempered sword with a convex cutting edge mainly associated with the Persians and Turks.
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Scimitar

Combat Vehicle Reconnaissance Tracked [UK]
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Scimitar

HMS Scimitar was a British Admiralty S Class destroyer of 905 tons displacement launched about 1918. She was armed with three 4-inch guns; five smaller guns and four 21-inch torpedo tubes arranged in pairs. She was powered by three Yarrow oil boilers providing a top speed of 31 knots and carried a complement of 98.
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Scimitar

Scimitar is a British reconnaissance tracked vehicle with a primary role to gather information. Used by medium reconnaissance Regiments and armoured infantry units for reconnaissance, the vehicle is fitted with a Rarden 30mm cannon and 7.62 mm machine-gun for self defence and has a top speed of 50 mph and carries a crew of three.
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scimitar

[n] - a curved oriental saber
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