[ pah dahn ]
/ pɑ ˈdɑn /
noun, plural pas d'âne.
a pair of rings set below and at right angles to the quillons of a sword as a guard for the forefinger.
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Origin of pas d'âne
< French: a guard on a hilt, literally, ass's step
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