from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Archaic A light shield or buckler.
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- n. A small shield.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A shield or target.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A shield; buckler: same as target.
- To delay; tarry.
- To vex with censure; reprimand; rate.
- To vex with questions; catechize or cross-examine strictly.
- To keep under strict discipline.
- n. A charter.
The targe was his warant,  that none till him threw.
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O BROMIUS, unnumbered are the toils I bear because of thee, no less now than when I was young and hale; first, when thou wert driven mad by Hera and didst leave the mountain nymphs, thy nurses; next, when in battle with earth-born spearmen I stood beside thee on the right as squire, and slew Enceladus, smiting him full in the middle of his targe with my spear.
How fair upon thy handle lies his imprint, and on the rim, that circles round the targe, are marks of sweat, that trickled oft from Hector's brow as he pressed it 'gainst his beard in battle's stress.
Neistian gate, Parthenopaeus, son of the huntress maid, led a company bristling with serried shields, himself with his own peculiar badge in the centre of his targe, Atalanta slaying the Aetolian boar with an arrow shot from far.
Ah! how proud and terrible his mien! like to an earth-born giant he moves, with stars engraved upon his targe, resembling not a child of earth.
Nauplia, told me that on the circle of thy far-famed targe, O son of