The pommel was a ball of crystal large as a man's fist, that held within it a spark of intense brilliance.
Middle English pomel, from Anglo-French, from Vulgar Latin *pomellum ball, knob, from diminutive of Latin pomum fruit. First Known Use: 14th century
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The hilt (rarely called the haft) of a sword is its handle, consisting of a guard, grip and pommel. Also meaning To the limit; completely: played the role to the hilt.
Pommel may refer to: Pommel (saddle), the raised area at the front of an equestrian saddle; Pommel (sword), the counterweight at the end of the hilt of a European sword
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pom·mel (pŭm′əl, pŏm′-) tr.v. pom·meled, pom·mel·ing, pom·mels also pom·melled or pom·mel·ling To beat; pummel. n. 1. The upper front part of a saddle ...
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