167080; French sabre, sable German Sabel, ultimately Polish szabla saberlike, adj.Which is a synonym of yahoo?(Fencing) the US spelling of sabre.

The Balto-Slavic words (cf.French sabre, from obsolete German sabel, from Middle High German, from Hungarian szablya, perhaps (probably via a word in a Turkic language akin to Kyrgyz selebe) ultimately of Tungusic origin ; akin to Manchu seleme, dagger, from sele, iron.

Holding of saber in publishing orders, etc.; use of saber knot.A sword having two cutting edges and a blunt point.