gār, m.n: dart, spear, arrow; a weapon with a pointed head. (GAR / ˈgaːr)

Medieval manuscript image of nine cone-helmeted soldiers riding horses and bearing long spears; a disembodied hand comes down from the top right corner, with the index and middle fingers pointed towards the man in front.
Old English Hexateuch; England (Canterbury), 11th-12th century; British Library, Cotton MS Claudius B IV, f. 25v. [bl.uk]

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