kuttar

noun
kut·tar | \ kəˈtär \
plural -s

Definition of kuttar 

: a short dagger used in India with a handle consisting of two parallel bars joined by a crosspiece that is gripped with the hand

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History and Etymology for kuttar

Hindi kaṭār, from Sanskrit (probably Prakrit) kaṭṭāra, from Sanskrit kartati he cuts

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