Sword Glossary part 2
Mune Machi: Notch on the back ridge of the blade.
Mon: Heraldic device denoting family line; a crest.
Mune Yaki: Tempered patches on back ridge.
Mekugi: The peg which secures the blade in the handle.
Mekugi Ana: The peg hole.
Nito Ryu: Also Niten Ryu, the two sword school; two sword technique.
Nakago: The tang of the blade.
Namban: Foreign, as in Namban Tetsu, foreign steel.
Naginata: A glaive; a curved blade mounted in a pole; pole arm.
Saya: The scabbard for the sword.
Sageo: Sword scabbard cord, sword knot.
Same: Ray skin, sea ray used as grip wrapping.
Shakudo: Black obtained when certain alloy of copper is pickled.
Shibuichi: Four to one alloy of copper and silver, light tan colour.
Shinogi: Side ridge of a Japanese sword.
Shinsa: Sword judging.
Shinto: New Sword, a blade that dates between 1596 and 1800.
Shirasaya: White wood scabbard, a wood storage case for a sword.
Tameshigiri: Cutting test.
Tanto: Small dagger, blade length under 12 inches.
Tetsu: Steel, sword steel.
Uchiko: A cleaning powder made for cleaning oil from swords.
Wakizashi: The short sword from 12 to 24 inches blade blade length.
Yari: A spear, a pole arm, usually not thrown.
The best glossary available in English is that found in William Hawley's swordsmith's books.