Origin of knobkerrie
Examples from the Web for knobkerrie
His left hand bore his assegais and knobkerrie beneath the great dappled ox-hide shield; and in his right a yellow walking-staff.The Story of Baden-Powell|Harold Begbie
An assegai or knobkerrie would do the trick just as well, and make no noise about it.Forging the Blades|Bertram Mitford
He was armed with nothing but a knobkerrie, with which he struck and parried with lightning-like rapidity.The Luck of Gerard Ridgeley|Bertram Mitford
Knobkerrie, nob′ker-i, n. a round-headed stick used as a club and a missile by the Kafirs.