The Collaborative International Dictionary
The falcata is a type of sword typical of the pre- Roman Iberian Peninsula (modern Spain and Portugal). The falcata was used to great effect by the armies of Carthage in their wars against Rome.
Usage examples of "falcata".
Io says the sword is Falcata, and that name is indeed written on the blade.
My hand reached for Falcata, and I learned why the gods forbid our weapons in their temples.
She says Falcata is the name I give my sword and not its kind, and that it is a kopis.