A short weapon used for stabbing. This is the general term: cf. Poniard, Stiletto, Bowie knife, Dirk, Misericorde, Anlace.
To pierce with a dagger; to stab.
and double dagger - symbols used mainly as reference marks for footnotes.
A stilleto shaped blade, normally double-edged but can be single edged.
A small, double-edged blade. See also Knife.
a short knife with a pointed blade used for piercing or stabbing
a blade weapon used for stabbing, thrusting or as a secondary defense weapon in close combat
a double-edged knife commonly used by primitive cultures
a light one-handed weapon consisting of a short blade and hilt
an extremely fast weapon (or so is martial arts, boxing etc)
a poor ward, however, and a longer weapon is more of a handicap than an asset
a short weapon with sharp edges
a type of EDGED weapon
a weapon, it's not a knife
(10) -- a short stout edged and pointed weapon used for thrusting and stabbing (Oxford Dict.)
a knife, usually in the form of a sword. Daggers came a variety of forms, with both single and double edged varieties. Like swords, were usually fitted with a pommel and guard, and throughout the late Middle Ages and Renaissance, also developed progressively more complex hilts.
A type of knife.
A type of short bladed weapon used for stabbing.
A grind down the center of a blade equally dividing it into halves.
A knife with a long blade (10'-15”) primarily for parrying , used in concert with the rapier of the 16th-17th centuries.
A razor blade with more of the razor exposed than necessary.
An edged weapon consisting of a short pointed blade and handle.