Word of the Day / Shiryon
The word for armor in Hebrew applies both to the metal that protects the bodies of fighters and the hard shell that protects the bodies of some animals.
There's a Hebrew poem (whose title and author I unfortunately can't recall, but any tips are welcome!) that speaks longingly of the peaceful day when the many military words that pepper the language will have only one meaning, and that meaning will not have anything to do with call-up orders or uniforms. In one example, the poet yearns for a time when shiryon means nothing but a turtle shell.