hamid mazuji must be quite an emotional experience trying to remember something that isn't there. i get that way trying to remember real things
Nikolaos Kantanas I'm about 75 percent of the way through the work and I don't recall anything about Don Quixote's sword. There's some mention of Excalibur and King Arthur in one of the divergent story lines in the second half which states that only Don Quixote would have the skill to wield it, but nothing particularly about Don Quixote's sword. And come to think of it I don't believe Don Quixote used a sword, but a lance instead. Maybe you're thinking about his horse Rozinante?
Plony Den Haag I don't know yet if Don Q. named his sword (he does have one!). But on page 96 of the Dover edition of the 1755 Tobias Smollett translation, Sancho Pancha does name his own sword. He calls it Toledo and the translators note says: "Tizona, which is the word in the original, is a romantic name given to the sword that belonged to Roderick Diaz de Bivar, the famous Spanish general against the Moors".
Qing Wang Saw this question halfway while reading so paid some attention (in vain as it finally turned out). Don Quixote does have a sword in the second part, together with his lance. But I do not remember seeing the name of the sword.
Silvia Cobelo The Knight DON QUIXOTE real name was Alonso Quijano, or Quixana or Quesada... as the same Cervantes describes him... It is a great book, have to read it!