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scramasax

or scram·a·saxe

[ skram-uh-saks ]
/ ˈskræm əˌsæks /
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noun
a single-edged knife or sword used by the Anglo-Saxons.
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Origin of scramasax

1860–65; <Late Latin scramasaxus<Germanic; compare Old High German scrāma big knife, Old English seax short sword, sax2
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