Bo'ar-spear. n.s. [from boar and spear.] A spear used in hunting the boar.
And in her hand a sharp boar-spear she held,
And at her back a bow and quiver gay,
Stuff'd with steel-headed darts. Fairy Queen, b. i. c. iii.
Echion threw the first, but miss'd his mark,
And struck his boar-spear on a maple bark. Dryden's Ovid.