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Arrows

22. Arrows

See also 416. WEAPONRY .

arbalist, arbalest
a crossbowman. Also arcubalist.
belomancy
A form of divination in which marks or words are placed on arrows which are then drawn from a quiver at random.
sagittary
1. pertaining to archery.
2. resembling an arrow; sagittate.
sagittate
shaped like an arrowhead, especially plant leaves shaped like elongated triangles.

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arrows

arrows arrows are the emblem of St Edmund the Martyr and of St Sebastian.

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