stoccado

noun
stoc·ca·do | \stə-ˈkä-(ˌ)dō \
plural stoccados

Definition of stoccado 

archaic

: a thrust with a rapier

First Known Use of stoccado

1582, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for stoccado

Italian stoccata

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