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pon·iard

 (pŏn′yərd)
n.
A dagger typically having a slender three- or four-sided blade.
tr.v. pon·iard·ed, pon·iard·ing, pon·iards
To stab with such a dagger.

[French poignard, from poing, fist, from Old French, from Latin pugnus; see peuk- in Indo-European roots.]
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poniard

(ˈpɒnjəd)
n
(Arms & Armour (excluding Firearms)) a small dagger with a slender blade
vb
(Arms & Armour (excluding Firearms)) (tr) to stab with a poniard
[C16: from Old French poignard dagger, from poing fist, from Latin pugnus; related to Latin pugnāre to fight]
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pon•iard

(ˈpɒn yərd)
n.
a small, slender dagger.
[1580–90; < Middle French poignard, derivative of poing fist < Latin pugnus]
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poniard


Past participle: poniarded
Gerund: poniarding

Imperative
poniard
poniard
Present
I poniard
you poniard
he/she/it poniards
we poniard
you poniard
they poniard
Preterite
I poniarded
you poniarded
he/she/it poniarded
we poniarded
you poniarded
they poniarded
Present Continuous
I am poniarding
you are poniarding
he/she/it is poniarding
we are poniarding
you are poniarding
they are poniarding
Present Perfect
I have poniarded
you have poniarded
he/she/it has poniarded
we have poniarded
you have poniarded
they have poniarded
Past Continuous
I was poniarding
you were poniarding
he/she/it was poniarding
we were poniarding
you were poniarding
they were poniarding
Past Perfect
I had poniarded
you had poniarded
he/she/it had poniarded
we had poniarded
you had poniarded
they had poniarded
Future
I will poniard
you will poniard
he/she/it will poniard
we will poniard
you will poniard
they will poniard
Future Perfect
I will have poniarded
you will have poniarded
he/she/it will have poniarded
we will have poniarded
you will have poniarded
they will have poniarded
Future Continuous
I will be poniarding
you will be poniarding
he/she/it will be poniarding
we will be poniarding
you will be poniarding
they will be poniarding
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been poniarding
you have been poniarding
he/she/it has been poniarding
we have been poniarding
you have been poniarding
they have been poniarding
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been poniarding
you will have been poniarding
he/she/it will have been poniarding
we will have been poniarding
you will have been poniarding
they will have been poniarding
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been poniarding
you had been poniarding
he/she/it had been poniarding
we had been poniarding
you had been poniarding
they had been poniarding
Conditional
I would poniard
you would poniard
he/she/it would poniard
we would poniard
you would poniard
they would poniard
Past Conditional
I would have poniarded
you would have poniarded
he/she/it would have poniarded
we would have poniarded
you would have poniarded
they would have poniarded
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.poniard - a dagger with a slender bladeponiard - a dagger with a slender blade  
dagger, sticker - a short knife with a pointed blade used for piercing or stabbing
Verb1.poniard - stab with a poniard
knife, stab - use a knife on; "The victim was knifed to death"
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Translations

poniard

[ˈpɒnjəd] N (= liter) → puñal m
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poniard

n (liter, old)Dolch m
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