halbard

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Irish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from English halberd, from Middle French hallebarde, from Middle Low German halmbarte (broad-axe with handle), from halm (handle) + barte (hatchet).

Noun[edit]

halbard m (genitive singular halbaird, nominative plural halbaird)

  1. halberd, bill
  2. billhook
    Synonyms: bileog, corrán, cot
  3. Alternative form of haileabó (halibut)

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