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[foh-shahr; French foh-shar] /foʊˈʃɑr; French foʊˈʃar/

noun, plural fauchards
[foh-shahrz; French foh-shar] /foʊˈʃɑrz; French foʊˈʃar/ (Show IPA)
a shafted weapon having a knifelike blade with a convex cutting edge and a beak on the back for catching the blade of an aggressor’s weapon.


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