noun, plural as·sa·gais, verb (used with object), as·sa·gaied, as·sa·gai·ing.
noun, plural as·se·gais.
verb (used with object), as·se·gaied, as·se·gai·ing.
Origin of assegai
Examples from the Web for assagai
He urged his horse to greater exertion, and kept stabbing at his pursuer with an assagai.
Jerry referred to a wound which an assagai aimed at his heart had that day inflicted on his nose.
A third ran forward while Pringle was loading and threw an assagai at him.
I whispered, turning to him where he squatted with assagai in hand and his shield spread across his knees.Charge!|George Manville Fenn
Opposition was offered, and the officer in command wounded with an assagai.