Definition of Targe. Meaning of Targe. Synonyms of Targe

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Definition of Targe

Targe
Targe Targe, n. [F. Cf. Target.] A shield or target. [Obs. or Poetic] ``A buckler on a targe.' --Chaucer.

Meaning of Targe from wikipedia

- Targe (from Old Franconian *targa "shield", Proto-Germanic *targo "border") was a general word for shield in late Old English. Its diminutive, target...
- Prince Charlie's Targe is an 18th-century targe type of shield, said to have been one of thirteen made for Prince Charles Edward Stuart, also known as...
- broadsword that protected the hand. This was generally used with a shield or targe strapped to the weak arm and a dirk or biotag "long knife" held in the other...
- Monument to the Royal Stuarts "Óró sé do bheatha abhaile" Prince Charlie's Targe Palazzo di San Clemente Touch piece The Skye Boat Song The Master of Ballantrae...
- François Allain-Targé (May 17, 1832 – July 16, 1902) was a French politician of the French Third Republic. He served as minister of finance under Léon...
- a short lyric Sweit Rois of Vertew and the extended allegory The Goldyn Targe. Other court entertainments were more personal. Of James Dog and its sequel...
- a targe (a strapped small circular shield) a highlander was provided with a staunch defence. This would allow him to block a bayonet with the targe and...
- example, Scottish Highland fighters liked to wield small shields known as targes, and as late as the 19th century, some non-industrialized peoples (such...
- A Hungarian (or Hungarian-style) shield was a specific form of targe. It was rectangular at the bottom, but the upper edge swept upward forming a curve...
- "shield bearers", also known as "sword and buckler men") Swashbuckler Targe Buckler (surname) Parikaoba (ru:Парикаоба) — traditional Caucasian fencing...