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Submitted by: Damir Visic
In Croatian it's "zastavni" ("flag rope")
Submitted by: Marcos Villela
In Brazil it is called "nó de escota"
Submitted by: DonDomingo
This knot is very usefull to tie two ropes of diferant thickness. If you wrap it around one more time you would create a double sheep bend which is much stronger.
Submitted by: Edgar
En Mexico "Vuelta de Escota"
It is used to tie two ropes together with diferent grossor
Submitted by: Sindre
In Norway this is called FLAGGSTIKK
Submitted by: JK
This knot is much stronger than Reef Knot also on ropes with same thickness.
Submitted by: Shay Tzinder
In Hebrew this knot is called "Orggim" ("Sewing Men").
I can't remember the name of it but with a turn around the bight before passing it through is even stronger
and is used for attaching anchors to there painters (Rope)
Submitted by: Andrew
That would be the Double Sheet Bend " " (no name)
You can also tie a Triple Sheet Bend.
Submitted by: Gyorgy Robert
In Hungary it is a "zaszlos csomo",say:
Submitted by: A Jalil A Samad
in bahasa malaysia this is called Bunga Keti
Submitted by: Cheetah
In Chimpanzee, this knot is called "OOH-OOH-OOH!!!"
Submitted by: Ur
In Hebrew its called- "kesher orgim", weaver's knot.
Submitted by: BBG
In Flemish (Dutch) it's called "Weversknoop"
Submitted by: SM
This is the same knot as the Bowline, and is also known as a Weaver's Knot; it is used by weavers because it is the smallest knot you can tie.
Submitted by: Absalon
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In faroees this knot is used to raise our flag "Merkið" and its name is "Flaggknútur" (knot=knútur)
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