|(Be) lightweight metallic chemical element commonly used in alloys, `:Be||beryllium|
|(Chemistry) lightweight metallic element (former name of beryllium)||Gl (glucinium)|
|(French) weapon, instrument for use in attack or defense in combat (i.e. sword, gun, claws, etc.)||arme|
|, house, cottage, small one story house, lightweight tropical house, single-story house||bungalow|
|a lightweight spear used by the Bantu peoples of southern Africa; tree native of southern Africa, assagai||assegai|
|a lightweight spear used by the Bantu peoples of southern Africa; tree native of southern Africa, assegai||assagai|
|a trademark for a lightweight elastic polyurethane fabric that is widely used in the manufacture of clothing, particularly sportswear and swimwear||Lycra|
|ability to use a sword in a skillful manner, skill with sword, swordcraft||swordsmanship|
|act of putting (a dagger, sword, etc.) into a sheath; act of covering with a protective coating, gather into sheaves, protective covering//sheave, sheaf||sheathing|
|act of removing from a sheath (as of a knife or sword)||unsheathing|
|act of waving or flourishing (i.e. a sword); pretentious display; decorative addition (especially in handwriting); period of healthy growth and development, be healthy or grow well, do well, hand movement, loop or curl, ornamental trumpet call, short p...||flourish|
|aggregate of cells of a particular kind; absorbent tissue paper for use as a handkerchief; fabric; fine lightweight paper, gauzy fabric, group of cells in an organism, intricate series, piece of absorbent paper||tissue|
|airfoil, arc in Gothic window, cover with foil, frustrate, balk; prevent someone from succeeding; act as a contrast for; cover or coat with a thin sheet of metal, good contrast, hydrofoil, light sword; thin metal sheets (i.e. aluminum foil); person or ...||foil|
|animal with blotched coat, bright cotton cloth, plain lightweight cotton fabric with figured pattern printed on one side; plain white cotton fabric (British usage); animal with spotted or color-patched coat (such as a cat), white cotton cloth||calico|
|animal-skin boat, kaiak, lightweight single-person canoe which is propelled by a double-bladed paddle (developed by the Eskimo), sports canoe, travel by kayak||kayak|
|Arab or Turkish saber, curved single-edged sword which originated in the East, simitar||scimitar|
|art of sword fighting; fences; material for constructing fences; use of witty remarks to avoid answering direct questions, dealing in stolen goods, evasiveness, fence materials, repartee||fencing|
|ataghan, Turkish sword, yatagan||yataghan|
|balsa wood, light strong wood (used to build models, rafts, etc.); raft, lightweight wood, tree with lightweight wood||balsa|
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