Definition of épée in English:

épée

Syllabification: é·pée
Pronunciation: /ˌeˈpā
 
/

noun

1A sharp-pointed dueling sword, designed for thrusting and used, with the end blunted, in fencing.
1.1The sport of fencing with an épée.

Origin

late 19th century: French, 'sword', from Old French espee (see spay).

Derivatives

épéeist

noun

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