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Krabi (Thai: กระบี่) is the Thai word for a curved sword. Sometimes said to be Indian-derived, the weapon is known by various names in much of South and Southeast Asia. It is equivalent to the Burmese dha, although the corresponding Thai term is daab which usually refers to a straight sword. Two krabi are often wielded together, with one in each hand, but it can also be paired with the shield (loh).
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