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ispada: ispada: sword (from Armando A.B. Regala www.geocities.com/Athens/Academy/4059/diction.html)
Tagalog: ispada English: sword Edit
tabák: n. sword.
Source: http://www.gutenberg.org/etext/20738
Originally published in 1915.
Tagalog: tabak English: sword Edit
espada, ispada: Word: espada
English Definition: (noun) sword, spade in playing cards
Notes: Spanish: espada
Source: http://www.seasite.niu.edu/Tagalog/
Tagalog: espada, ispada English: sword, spade Edit
sîlat: Word: silat from old-malay: silat: dance. A term used in martial arts to describe the southeast asian fighting systems.
Tagalog: silat English: martial art, martial, sword, sword fight, stick, stick fight, unarmed, fist, kick Edit
esgrima: n. fencing.
from spanish escrimia: fencing
martial art focusing mainly on sword fight
Source: http://www.gutenberg.org/etext/20738
Originally published in 1915.
Tagalog: esgrima, eskrima, escrima, arnis, kali, pangamut, pekiti-tirsia English: fencing, martial art, martial, sword, sword fight, stick, stick fight Edit
pencak silat: from indonesian: pencak: cat; silat: dance
martial art mainly focusing on sword fight. practiced mainly in the southern areas of the philippines and in Indonesia and Malaysia.
Tagalog: pencak silat, pentjak silat, silat English: fencing, martial art, martial, sword, sword fight, stick, stick fight Edit
eskrima, escrima, esgrima: Word: eskrima
also spelled: escrima, esgrima
Notes: Spanish: escrimia (fencing)
Martial art focusing mainly on sword fight
Source: http://www.seasite.niu.edu/Tagalog/
Tagalog: eskrima, escrima, esgrima, arnis, kali, pangamut, pekiti-tirsia English: fencing, martial art, martial, sword, sword fighting, stick, stick fighting Edit
kali: Word: Kali.
Martial Art mainly focusing on sword fighting. Etymology and meaning is uncertain.
possible meanings:
1. The name may have been derived from the hindu goddess Kali, who protected her people and destroyed all enemies.
2. The name could come from the old malay "kalis", blade.
3. According to Dan Inosanto the name may have been fromed out of the two words "KAmot" and "LIhot".
Tagalog: kali, eskrima, escrima, esgrima, arnis, pangamut, pekiti-tirsia English: fencing, martial art, martial, sword, sword fight, stick, stick fight Edit
kampilan: n. a certain kind of sword.
Comes in various sizes ranging from 70 cm to 1,14 m. Kampilan blades have a triangular shaped blade. Next to the sword tip will be a hook ment to worsen the wound of the opponent when cutting.
Due to the two tips of the blade, caused by the hook, and the general shape of the sword, the kampilan is also referred to as crocodile blade.
Tagalog: kampilan, sandata, espada English: sword, weapon Edit
Anyô: 1. Word: Anyo: In English: form. refers to choreographies used in south east asian martial arts. These are supposed to help the student understand the fighting and create effective tactics against opponents.
2. Word Sayaw: in english: dance. refers to choreographies used in south eastasian martial arts. These are supposed to help the student understand and memorize fighting procedures and build efficient tactics against possible enemies.
Tagalog: anyo, sayaw English: martial art, martial, sword, sword fight, stick, stick fight, unarmed, fist, kick Edit
kris, keris: n. a certain kind of blade shape.
Kris are forged double edged bladed weapons, used in the Philippines, Malaysia and Indonesia. Normally created as swords or knifes. Even though they come in various shapes and sizes, all kris have a wavy blade. Their unique shape allows the holder to more easily accelerate the weapons when it is inside the enemy's body. Thus cuts are more facile to be performed.
Tagalog: kris, keris, sandata, espada, daga, kutsilyo English: sword, short sword, dagger, weapon Edit


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