Lochaber ax

noun
Loch·​aber ax | \läḵˈ|äbə(r)-, läˈk|, |abə(r)-\

Definition of Lochaber ax 

: a weapon formerly used by Scottish Highlanders consisting of a pole with a long ax head often provided with a hook at its end

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History and Etymology for Lochaber ax

from Lochaber, district in Scotland

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