dague

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French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Old French (13th century). The Catholicum Armoricum glosses Breton dac as French dague, Latin pugio, adding ou c'est badelaire (Du Cange).

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Noun[edit]

dague f (plural dagues)

  1. (historical) dagger (of the Middle Ages)
  2. (zoology) spike (of deer etc.)

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Noun[edit]

dague f (plural dagues)

  1. dagger (weapon)