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What Is a Scottish Sock Dagger Called?

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A scottish sock dagger is called a sgian dubh from Gaelic, meaning a black knife. It's a knife with a decorative bone handle and a leather sheath. It is traditionally kept tucked inside the mans' socks with the pommel visible.
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The dagger is called a Sgian Dubh from the Gaelic meaning a black knife. It's a small knife, often with a decorative bone handle and a leather sheath. Traditionally kept tucked inside the top of a mans' hose (socks)
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Sgian dubh = black knife. Long one is called Dirk.
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The Scottish Dirk was a direct descendant of the Medieval ballock dagger. !
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The Scottish call them Hose. There are different versions that get various names, but overall, they are just hose. I tend to call mine Kilt Socks, as I am a Texan, so that sounds
http://uk.answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=201...
This is `cockney slang` for `jock` - a now derogatory term for some from scotland much like other derogatory terms the english have for people who are not english - frog {french},
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