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The word "'''loop'''" has two different senses when used in reference to '''knots'''.
 
The word "'''loop'''" has two different senses when used in reference to '''knots'''.
   

Revision as of 23:05, 30 March 2007

The word "loop" has two different senses when used in reference to knots.

  • A loop is one of the fundamental structures used to tie knots. Specifically, it is a full circle formed by passing the working end over itself. See knot terminology description image.
  • A loop is a knot used to create a closed circle in a line. See list of loop knots.

See also