Lucerne hammer

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Etymology[edit]

Named after the town of Lucerne, in Switzerland, where it originated.

Noun[edit]

Lucerne hammer (plural Lucerne hammers)

  1. A type of poleaxe with a modified hammerhead and a sharp angled spike on its opposite side, mounted on a long pike.