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- noun Plural form of
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Several Arabs are around him, his own followers, swarthy sons of the Prophet, their keen eyes flashing hate and defiance upon the foe, their long ataghans sweeping a circle of light around them.
The Sign of the Spider Bertram Mitford 1884
A vast crowd of men, in small caps and jackets and huge white breeches, and armed with all the weapons of Palikari, handjars and ataghans and silver-sheathed muskets of uncommon length and almost as old as the battle of Lepanto, always rallied round his standard.
Lothair Benjamin Disraeli 1842
They had most of them pistols and muskets, to which many added sabres or ataghans. "