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Definition of Sworder

Sworder
Sworder Sword"er, n. One who uses, or fights with, a sword; a swordsman; a soldier; a cutthroat. [Obs.] --Shak.

Meaning of Sworder from wikipedia

- A sword is an edged, bladed weapon intended for manual cutting or thrusting. Its blade, longer than a knife or dagger, is attached to a hilt and can be...
- terminology of swords; A sword was simply a double edged knife. Historical terms without a universal consensus of definition (i.e. "arming sword", "broadsword"...
- "Live by the sword, die by the sword" is a proverb in the form of a parallel phrase, derived from the Gospel of Matthew (Matthew 26, 26:52): "Then said...
- The Sword is an American heavy metal band from Austin, Texas. Formed in 2003, the band is currently composed of vocalist and guitarist John D. Cronise...
- This is a list of types of swords. The term sword used here is a narrow definition. This is not a general List of premodern combat weapons and does not...
- Ages, the typical sword (sometimes academically categorized as the knightly sword, arming sword, or in full, knightly arming sword) was a straight, double-edged...
- The Sword in the Stone may refer to: The medieval sword of Galgano Guidotti, embedded in a rock at Montesiepi Chapel, Siena, Italy The Sword in the Stone...
- A ****anese sword (****anese: 日本刀, Hepburn: nihontō) is one of several types of traditionally made swords from ****an. Bronze swords were made as early as...
- dagger, sword, or bayonet is its handle, consisting of a guard, grip and pommel. The guard may contain a crossguard or quillons. A t****el or sword knot may...
- The Viking Age sword (also Viking sword) or Carolingian sword is the type of sword prevalent in Western and Northern Europe during the Early Middle Ages...