- Transliteration: rhomphaia. Phonetic Spelling: (hrom-fah'-yah) Short Definition: a sword, piercing grief. Definition: a sword, scimitar; fig: war, piercing grief.
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- Sharp two-edged sword (rhomphaia) – long broadsword – He speaks the Word of God in judgment.
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- This two-edged sword, rhomphaia, was of Thracian origin and was longer and heavier than the machaira, the short sword carried by the Roman soldiers.
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- We have to talk about hair that is leukos and about aster and rhomphaia. A first century Christian would have gestured to the pinpoints of light in the night sky and said "aster". When we gesture to the same pinpoints of light we say "star".
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- The Rhomphaia was a close combat bladed weapon used by the Thracians as early as 400 BC.
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- The etymology of the noun rhomphaia, which according to the ancient authors means "A big Thracian sword" is unknown.
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