They are called Fencers.
Fencers use any one of three weapons, Sabre the cavalry sword, Foil the practice blade, Or Epee the rapier.
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Aldo Nadi has written: 'The living sword' -- subject(s): Fencers, Biography
There is no special word for a fencing practice; it is typically called just that: practice. Occasionally they will drill, working on specific actions, and occasionally they will bout, and play a Poule (a mini-tournament among the fencers).
Fencers are participants in the sport of fencing, a sport that uses swords.
St. Michael the Archangel is the patron saint of fencers and fencing.
No the white sword is actually called The L1 Sword and the Master Sword is the L3 Sword. The L2 Sword is the Noble sword, and The L1 Sword is called the Wooden Sword.
Cloud's sword is called the Buster Sword.
The handle on a sword is called a Hilt
Inuyasha's sword is called tetsiesga
It registers the touches, called a bodycord and connects to a sensor on the weapon.
It is simply called "the Energy Sword".
Besides the word sword, which is frequently used, it can be called a blade, or called by what type of sword it is: Sabre, Epee, or Foil.
Sword handles are called hilts. See the link.
The sword was called Anaklusmos
Gandalf's sword is called Glamdring, or "Foe Hammer."
A pirates sword is called a nimcha also known as a scimitar.
Depending on the time period you are talking about it might be used as only a ceremonial piece, but if you are talking about the times when they actually used them in battle.... The swords that were used at that time where quite long and difficult to move from an attacking position to a defensive one. The short sword allowed the fencers to defend themselves faster than trying to block the long sword with their own long sword.
The sword was Godric Gryffindor's sword.
The Renaissance fencing sword was a narrowed bladed sword called a 'Rapier'.
The religious Sikh sword is called the Kirpan.