Definition of Martini–Henry in English:

Martini–Henry

noun

historical
  • In full "Martini–Henry rifle" (occasionally "Martini–Henry carbine"). A rifle combining a breech mechanism invented by Martini with a ·45-calibre barrel incorporating a rifling system devised by Henry, used in the British army from 1871 to 1891.

Origin

Mid 19th century; earliest use found in Naval & Military Gazette. From Martini + Henry.

Pronunciation

Martini–Henry

/mɑːˈtiːni ˌhɛnri/