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langet

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langet (plural langets)

  1. A long thin strip of metal (usually either two or four) extending from the head of a staff weapon (such as a halberd) down a certain length of the wooden shaft, secured with nails or screws and designed to prevent splitting or breakage of the wood.
  2. In some swords, an extension of the guard located on both flats of the blade, designed to fit tightly over the mouth of a scabbard and prevent accidental unsheathing.

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langet

  1. Second-person plural subjunctive I of langen.