A duel. Two men who were quarreling would meet on the dueling field, with matched weapons. These varied over time, from the early middle ages in Europe and American, common weapons were knives and daggers (in more informal, somewhat tribal conflicts), swords, sabers, and French rapiers, until the convention of pistols was established in the 18th century.
Duels were typically fought over questions of honor, where a challenger would toss a glove to the ground in front of the offender (throwing down the gauntlet), at which time the offender might retrieve the tossed glove and hit the challenger with it as reply. This appears to have been a carry over from medieval times when at the time one was knighted, he received three taps with the flat of a sword on the shoulder, and a slap in the face--the last affront a knight would receive without redress.
Duels where typically fought to one of the following predetermined conclusions:
It is important to note that duels are traditionally fought over points of honor by the ancient code of chivalry, but also that they are not an exclusively western phenomenon. There is connection to divine intervention that weaves throughout the convention of dueling in western thought--duelers believing that God would decide, the loser often believed to have his sin shown by his wounding or death.
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Altercation is an argument or disagreement between two or more people. Synonyms for altercation is an argument, quarrel, fight, or a disagreement.
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Quarrel is the word.
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The word is quarrel.
Quarrel can be used as a noun or a verb: I don't want to quarrel with you. Tim was slightly injured during his quarrel with his neighbor.
"quarrel" is "querelle"
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The word 'quarrel' is both a noun (quarrel, quarrels) and a verb (quarrel, quarrels, quarreling, quarreled).Examples:The children had a quarrel and won't speak to each other. (noun)I don't wish to quarrel. I need a time out. (verb)
Quarrel means fight, as in you shouldn't quarrel over the small things in life
Those two are about to have another quarrel.