- claymore: see gladiator
- claymore (n.)
- 1749, "two-edged broadsword of ancient Scottish Highlanders," from Gaelic claidheamh mor "great sword," from claidheb "sword" (compare Welsh cleddyf), possibly from PIE root *kel- (1) "to strike" (see holt) + mor "great" (compare Welsh mawr; see more). An antiquarian word made familiar again by Scott's novels; modern military application to pellet-scattering anti-personnel mine is first attested 1962.
- 1. Dagger jabs, claymore knocks, Glass Sword slays.
- 短剑戳人,重剑敲人, 玻璃剑杀人.
- 2. Quick, a claymore by the door up ahead!
- 快, 在门道前放置克莱莫地雷.
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