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Definition of Arquebuse

Arquebuse
Arquebus Ar"que*bus, Arquebuse Ar"que*buse (?; 277), n. [F. arquebuse, OF. harquebuse, fr. D. haak-bus; cf. G. hakenb["u]chse a gun with a hook. See Hagbut.] A sort of hand gun or firearm a contrivance answering to a trigger, by which the burning match was applied. The musket was a later invention. [Written also harquebus.]

Meaning of Arquebuse from wikipedia

- An arquebus (/ˈɑːrk(w)ɪbəs/ AR-k(w)ib-əs) is a form of long gun that appeared in Europe and the Ottoman Empire during the 15th century. An infantryman...
- The Arquebuse cl**** was a group of 20 destroyers built for the French Navy in the first decade of the 20th century. Two ships were sunk during the First...
- 4 ships Pertuisane Escopette Flamberge Rapière Arquebuse cl**** (1902) — 20 ships Arbalète Arc Arquebuse Baliste Bélier Bombarde Carabine Catapulte Dard...
- they frightened by anything whatever. They can be dealt with only by the arquebuse, or by gifts of gold or silver ... They kill the Spaniards so boldly,...
- Arquebuse was the name ship of her cl**** of 20 destroyers built for the French Navy in the first decade of the 20th century. Chesneau, Roger & Kolesnik...
- Intended French name Completed Fate PA 1 September 1939 16 October 1940 Arquebuse April 1944 Seized in June 1940 and served in 15 Vorposten Flottille. Sunk...
- the fuze ****ed to a German S-mine. Percussion cap is clearly labelled Arquebuse Cap gun Internal ballistics Minié ball Nipple wrench Primer (firearms)...
- become ubiquitous. Also common were the bow, the crossbow and later the arquebuse. The city cantons could also employ siege engines. Berne in the Burgdorferkrieg...
- hectares of parks and green space, including the Jardin botanique de l'Arquebuse. Dijon is home to the prominent contemporary art centre Le Consortium...
- No****, the Crimea and Russia also served the Kazan khans. Fire-arms (arquebuse) were used for defending the walls of Kazan. In general, the culture of...
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