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 Übersetzung für 'yatagan' von Englisch nach Deutsch
NOUN   a yatagan | yatagans
hist.weapons
yatagan [also: yataghan]
Jatagan {m} [auch: Yatagan]
hist.mil.weapons
yatagan bayonet
Jataganbajonett {n} [auch: Yataganbajonett]
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Übersetzung für 'yatagan' von Englisch nach Deutsch

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yatagan [also: yataghan]
Jatagan {m} [auch: Yatagan]hist.weapons

yatagan bayonet
Jataganbajonett {n} [auch: Yataganbajonett]hist.mil.weapons
Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • The Yatagan ("yatağan") makes its appearance in the second half of the 16th century, and is an infantry weapon in which the hilt is generally made of bone or ivory and the pommel is flared.
  • The name of the neighborhood comes from Turkish words yatagan and mahalle, meaning "sword neighborhood".
  • It was named after a swordsmith called "Yatağan Baba", the namesake of the yatagan sword.
  • While most sword bayonets have straight blades, a popular variant in the 19th century featured sinuous, S-curved blades like those found on Ottoman sword called the yatagan.
  • The sabre was later replaced by a yatagan, which in turn was superseded by an officer's dress sword in the 1870s.

  • It has been suggested that the yatagan, used in the Balkans and Anatolia during the Ottoman Period, was a direct descendant of the kopis.
  • over the right shoulder, also a rifle with a bayonet, pistols and a yatagan (curved blade) attached to his belt.
  • "Aprominta yatagan" is a moth in the family Autostichidae. It was described by László Anthony Gozmány in 2008. It is found in Asia Minor.
  • The yatagan, yataghan or ataghan (from Turkish "yatağan"), also called varsak, is a type of Ottoman knife or short sabre used from the mid-16th to late 19th centuries.
  • It is derived from Kazakh "jetigen" with the word derived from “yatagan”; a synonym to “yetigen”.

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