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- n. A double-edged sword from India, used ceremonially in Sikhism.
- n. A religious symbol of Sikhism, having the shape of three swords: a khanda, a chakram and two kirpans.
From Oriya (khaṇḍā) and Punjabi (khaṇḍā), from Prakrit (khaṇḍa), of uncertain origin. (Wiktionary)