Abschnyden


Abschnyden
German (“cutting aside” or “cutting off’ or “to slice off”) 1. Short drawing cuts known also as Schnitt (“slices”), called Rakes in English, used at closer distances against the opponent’s forearms and hands, they can be made with both the lead and the back edges. These are drawing cuts generally used against the opponent’s arms at close range. Made singly or doubly (i.e., upwards and then down, or downwards and then up.) 2. To Slice over the arms from below or above; usually with Langer Schnyde (Long edge).

Medieval glossary. 2014.

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