harquebusier
noun see harquebus

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • harquebusier — /hahr kweuh beuh sear /, n. a soldier armed with a harquebus. Also, arquebusier. [1540 50; < MF; see HARQUEBUS, IER2] * * * …   Universalium

  • harquebusier — har·que·bus·ier …   English syllables

  • harquebusier — /hakwəbəˈsɪə/ (say hahkwuhbuh sear) noun a soldier armed with an arquebus. {Middle French arcabusier} …   Australian English dictionary

  • harquebusier — …   Useful english dictionary

  • Capeline — (derived from the French word for hat) is the name given to two distinct types of post Renaissance helmet Equipment of the harquebusier including a capeline helmet …   Wikipedia

  • Гусары — Запрос «Гусар» перенаправляется сюда; см. также другие значения. А. Орловский, Польский крылатый …   Википедия

  • ar|que|bus|ier — «AHR kwuh buh SIHR», noun. = harquebusier. (Cf. ↑harquebusier) …   Useful english dictionary

  • harquebus — or arquebus noun Etymology: Middle French harquebuse, arquebuse, modification of Middle Dutch hakebusse, from hake hook + busse tube, box, gun, from Late Latin buxis box Date: 1532 a matchlock gun invented in the 15th century which was portable… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Musketeer — For other uses of this term, see Musketeer (disambiguation). A Dutch musketeer by Jacob van Gheyn in 1608. A musketeer (French: mousquetaire) was an early modern type of infantry soldier equipped with a musket. Musketeers were an imp …   Wikipedia

  • Streltsy — ( ru. Стрельцы) were the units of Russian guardsmen (sl. strelets , стрелец. literally shooter ; often translated as musketeer, but more properly harquebusier ) in the 16th early 18th centuries, armed with firearms (riflemen). They are also… …   Wikipedia

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