khukuri


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Noun1.khukuri - a curved steel knife with a razor-sharp edge used in combat by the Gurkhas; has cultural and religious significance in Nepal
knife - a weapon with a handle and blade with a sharp point
Kingdom of Nepal, Nepal - a small landlocked Asian country high in the Himalayas between India and China
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Serphim and Ancarian are the female classes and Safiri, Khukuri and Malakhim are the male classes in the game, there is a hero from each class in the game.
Another villager, 31-year-old Bhim Bahadur Alemagar, later entered the forest alone armed with a khukuri knife to avenge Sarki's death.
The locals said they took to the protest against a khukuri attack in the area.
Mark Arnett, Himalayan Vision: Fifty Years in Nepal--the Story of the INF (Pokhara, Nepal: International Nepal Fellowship, 2002); Norma Kehrberg, The Cross in the Land of the Khukuri (Kathmandu: Ekta Books, 2000); Lindell, Nepal; Perry, History.
And that's before you learn that the 58-year-old is descended from four generations of the Nepalese fighting men who wield the khukuri so effectively.
Harry and Charles at Brize Norton yesterday; TRIPLE CROWN PRINCE Harry shows off his rugby skills during a desert break in Helmand; The Prince's body armour complete with a Khukuri, a traditional Gurkha knife
I took out my khukuri the knife gurkhas are famous for and cut through the mesh.
The khukuri pin that adorns the topi is a gift from Hazarika's friends and admirers in Nepal," writes eminent writer Sanjoy Hazarika in a piece titled 'Bard of the Brahmaputra'.
They fled after slashing him with khukuri, a curved, machete-like knife that is traditionally used as both a weapon and a multipurpose tool in Nepal.