手甲鉤

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Japanese[edit]

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手甲鉤: a pair of small tekkō kagi.

Etymology[edit]

Compound of 手甲 (tekkō, back of the hand) +‎ (kagi, hook).

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): [te̞kːo̞ ka̠ŋi]

Noun[edit]

手甲鉤 (hiragana てっこうかぎ, rōmaji tekkō kagi)

  1. (weaponry) a Japanese hand weapon or climbing tool, whereby metal hooks are strapped to the back of the forearm and hand

Synonyms[edit]

  • 手鉤 (てかぎ, ​tekagi)

See also[edit]