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  • n. A short forward curved sword in Ancient Greece used primarily as a cutting tool, but also for combat.


From Ancient Greek κοπίς (kopís) (Wiktionary)


  • Kalashi ornaments made in Bumbret - namely 'kopis' and

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  • The origin of the kukri is open to debate – my favorite theory is that Alexander the Great brought it east the kopis when he invaded India.

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  • The makhaira (or kopis), Persian fashion, rather than the xephos.

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