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gisarme

/ (ɡɪˈzɑːm) /
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noun
a long-shafted battle-axe with a sharp point on the back of the axe head
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Word Origin for gisarme

C13: from Old French guisarme, probably from Old High German getīsarn weeding tool, from getan to weed + īsarn iron
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