Couteau



[koo-toh] /kuˈtoʊ/

noun, plural couteaux
[koo-tohz; French koo-toh] /kuˈtoʊz; French kuˈtoʊ/ (Show IPA)
1.
a knife, especially a large double-edged one formerly carried as a weapon.
/kuːˈtəʊ/
noun (pl) -teaux (-ˈtəʊz)
1.
a large two-edged knife used formerly as a weapon

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