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daggers, plural;
  1. A short knife with a pointed and edged blade, used as a weapon

  2. A moth with a dark dagger-shaped marking on the forewing

  1. a short knife with a pointed blade used for piercing or stabbing
  2. a character used in printing to indicate a cross reference or footnote
  3. A dagger is a double-edged blade used for hitting stabbing or thrusting. They often fulfill the role of a secondary defense weapon in close combat. In most cases, a tang extends into the handle along the centreline of the blade.
  4. Cloak and Dagger, whose real names are Tyrone "Ty" Johnson and Tandy Bowen respectively, are a fictional comic book superhero duo in the Marvel Comics universe. They were created by writer William "Bill" Mantlo and designed by artist Edward Hannigan.
  5. (Daggers (seaQuest DSV)) "Daggers" is the first episode of seaQuest DSV`s second season. It was originally shown on September 18, 1994, and originally aired as a two-hour television movie.
  6. (The Daggers) The Daggers are a punk rock n roll band from Calgary, Alberta, Canada. The band formed in 1997 and their music is heavily influenced by late seventies punk and rock n roll bands. ...
  7. A stabbing weapon, similar to a sword but with a short, double-edged blade; A text character (†) that is used for footnotes, to signify death, and to express the mathematical application of Hermitian conjugacy
  8. (DAGGERS) They are at daggers drawing; i.e. at enmity, ready to fight.
  9. If seen in a dream, denotes threatening enemies. If you wrench the dagger from the hand of another, it denotes that you will be able to counteract the influence of your enemies and overcome misfortune.
  10. A grind down the center of a blade equally dividing it into halves. On the SpyderFly only the bottom edge is sharpened and the top of the dagger grind is left unsharpened creating a false edge.
  11. (10) -- a short stout edged and pointed weapon used for thrusting and stabbing (Oxford Dict.)
  12. a character used for the second order of reference in footnotes, etc. (the * being the first order). Luckombe (1771) was adamant that this sign was to be called an obelisk, or long cross, and not a dagger. ...
  13. A knife or small sword often worn on the waist at the opposite side of the sword. It could be a slicing weapon but was often a stabbing weapon.
  14. A reference mark, used chiefly with footnotes. In European typography, it is also a sign of mortality, used to mark the year of death or the names of deceased persons, and in lexicography to mark obsolete forms. Also called obelisk or long cross.
  15. Flat brush with long bristles cut in an oval shape.
  16. A sophisticated disguise first used in the Soviet Union in the 1970s.
  17. A dagger is a LARP-safe sharp weapon of 18" or less in length.
  18. is a dagger. is a double dagger. Daggers are commonly used as footnote reference marks.
  19. In tracery, an elongated ogee-ended lozenge shape.
  20. A short pointed knife. There were many forms of daggers worn during the high middle ages; they are more frequently worn in illuminations than are swords, at least when knights and squires were at court.
  21. (noun) -- knife used as a weapon in battle ch. 1
  22. A dagger † is used to indicate that all the passages where a word occurs are cited. The context must decide whether the English word or the original is meant.
  23. Taking a dagger from someone means you overcome adversity. Being attacked means you may feel as if someone has 'stabbed you in the back'.
  24. A fighting knife usually with a symmetrical double edged blade and sharp point for thrusting.
  25. The † symbol sometimes used to indicate footnotes in text. Also comes in ‡ (double dagger) flavour.