A position in thrusting or parrying, with the inside of the hand turned upward and the point of the weapon toward the adversary's right breast.
The fourth guard or parry; blocking the opponent's blade by moving it high and to the inside so it points beyond the chest or stomach.
The Fourth parry and guard position, defending the inside high line.
high line, semi-supinated guard on the non-sword-arm side.
the fourth position of the blade - see prime
The 4th guard position. The 4th parry.
The fourth of eight defensive positions in fencing.
A guard that closes the high inside line.
parry #4; blade up and to the inside, wrist supinated.