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Middle English scauberc, scabbard from Old French escauberc possibly of Germanic origin sker-1 in Indo-European roots
American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
From Anglo-Norman escalberc, of Germanic origin. See also hauberk
She heard the sound of a weapon scraping a scabbard behind her and turned.
The sword in scabbard held by the swan is the symbol of authority.
Belt set - Belt sets issued to infantrymen included a cartridge box, sling, cap pouch, and a bayonet scabbard.
All equipment is white except the cap box and bayonet scabbard which are black.
He jerked a rifle from its scabbard and swung it around with one arm, firing it into the air.
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