a large, broad-bladed knife or cleaver used by the Moros.
Historical Examples

But he could see enough to know that the pirate carried a rifle and had a barong tucked into his belt.
The Pirates of Shan Harold Leland Goodwin

A Moro kris was crossed with a barong, and both weapons dripped blood.
The Pirates of Shan Harold Leland Goodwin

Rick saw him lift a pirate bodily, pluck the barong from his hand, and throw him against two other pirates.
The Pirates of Shan Harold Leland Goodwin

a broad-bladed cleaver-like knife used in the Philippines


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