A heavy wooden hammer or beetle.
To beat and bruise with a heavy stick or cudgel; to wound in a coarse manner.
mallet] A hammer-type weapon, with a heavy leaden head on a five-foot wooden shaft. (Seward, Desmond. Henry V: The Scourge of God, 223) Long handled mallet often carried by English longbowmen and used as both a weapon and a tool. (Wise, Terence. Medieval Warfare, 250)
A large wooden hammer for driving pointed stakes. Maximum residue limit (MRL) The maximum level of pesticide residue in food permitted by law and formerly expressed in parts per million (ppm) but now quoted as milligrams per kilogram (mg/kg).
heavy, long-handled hammer used to drive spikes and pilings
a heavy long-handled hammer used to drive stakes or wedges
split (wood) with a maul and wedges
Alternate name for a wooden club.
A large hammer or mallet.
a hammer-type weapon, with a heavy leaden head on a five-foot wooden shaft; usually made entirely of wood and used with two hands
Heavy, long handled hammer which splits wood by either hitting it directly or using to hammer wedges into the wood.
A heavy mallet with an oversized wooden head used for driving wood takes, pegs, or wedges into the ground or in other applications where material might sustain damage if struck with a conventional sledgehammer. It is also referred to as a "beetle".