carquois

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Etymology[edit]

From Old French carcois, carquais, from earlier tarchais, tarquait, from Byzantine Greek ταρκάσιον (tarkásion), from Arabic [script needed] (tǐrkāš), from Persian تیرکش (tirkaš), ترکش (tarkaš, tarkeš).

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carquois m (plural carquois)

  1. quiver (for arrows)

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