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- A type of straight sword originating from the 1st-century Roman Empire. It was worn typically by calvary officers and is a long version of the left shaped gladius.
- spatula, spattle
- spatha; a long, two-edged, straight sword, 75cm to 1m, typically carried by Roman cavalry officers
- batten; broad piece of wood used in weaving to compress the woof threads
- the spathe of a palm tree
- a kind of tree