A short sword, sometimes a dagger, used by the *Saxons; from which their name. The OldEngl. handseax refers specifically to a dagger.

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  • Seax — (also Hadseax , Sax , Seaxe , Scramaseax and Scramsax ) in old Saxon stands for knife or cutting tool. [ Bosworth, Joseph, D.D., F.R.S. [ kiernan/BT/Bosworth Toller.htm An Anglo Saxon Dictionary] . Retrieved 16 July… …   Wikipedia

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  • seax — ˈsaks variant of sax * * * seax, seayle, seayll see sax n.1, seal n.1 …   Useful english dictionary

  • seax — n ( es/ ) 1. a knife, hip knife, an instrument for cutting; 2. as a weapon, a short sword, dirk, dagger …   Old to modern English dictionary

  • Seax-Wica — is a tradition of the Neopagan religion of Wicca and inspired by Saxon tradition. It is specifically not intended to be a reconstruction of ancient Anglo Saxon religion. [Buckland s Book of Saxon Witchcraft, ISBN 1 57863 328 1, p. xi.] In 1973… …   Wikipedia

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  • seayle — seax, seayle, seayll see sax n.1, seal n.1 …   Useful english dictionary

  • seayll — seax, seayle, seayll see sax n.1, seal n.1 …   Useful english dictionary

  • Wicca Tradición Sajona — La Seax Wica es la tradición de base anglosajona de la Wicca. La Seax Wica no pretende ser una reconstrucción del paganismo sajón original. Contenido 1 Historia 2 Práctica 3 Etimología 4 Términos usado …   Wikipedia Español

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