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Bagh nakha
The bagh nakha (, , ), also called bagh nakh, iron paw or tiger claws, is a claw-like weapon from India designed to fit over the knuckles or be concealed under and against the palm. It consists of four or five curved blades affixed to a crossbar or glove, and is designed to slash through skin and muscle. It is believed to have been inspired by the armature of big cats, and the term bagh nakha itself means tiger's claw in Hindi.

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Bagh Nakh
Il Bagh Nakh (o Bag'hnak, Nahar-nuk, Waghnakh, Wagnuk, Wahar-nuk termine Indù per "artigli di tigre" बाघ नख)è un'arma bianca indiana.

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Bagnakas
Bagnakas (, iš hindi žodžio, reiškiancio 'tigro nagas') – indiškas kasteto tipo kirstyniu ginklas, užmaunamas ant krumpliu arba slepiamas delne. Paprastai metalinis, su 4 ar 5 lenktomis geležtemis, pritvirtintomis prie skersinio ar pirštines. Skirtas kirsti oda ir raumenis, panašiai, kaip tigro nagai. Delne laikomas skersinukas gale dažnai irgi turi spygli ar geležte.

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bagh nakh
(tiger claw, bich'hwa bagh nakh) bar with four or five curved blades attached; on each end of the bar a ring is attached so forefinger and pinky can be slipped through the rings with the bar in the palm; sometimes fitted with dagger blades


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