- halberd (n.)
- medieval weapon (a broad blade with sharp edges, ending in a point and mounted on a long handle), late 15c., from Middle French hallebarde (earlier alabarde, 15c.), from Middle High German halmbarte "broad-axe with handle," from halm "handle" (see helm) + barte "hatchet," possibly from Proto-Germanic *bardoz "beard," also "hatchet, broadax." Alternative etymology [Kluge, Darmesteter] traces first element to helm "helmet," making the weapon an axe for smashing helmets. In 15c.-16c. especially the arm of foot-soldiers.
- 1. This is AOL fold halberd in Chinese inland market once more.
- 2. Halberd of Swiftwatch - lifted from Minor to Major.
- 迅视戟 - 由中级宝物升为高级宝物.
- 3. Well, is it with small crescent lance or halberd?
- 对啊, 这种带小月牙的究竟是属矛还是戟 呢 ?
- 4. R : Never mind, how about a good halberd then?
- 没关系, 有没有上好的戟?
- 5. Militia units armed with a halberd which can fend off cavalry, and pierce or crush armour.
- 长戟民兵擅长对抗骑兵, 其手中长戟破甲极为有效.
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