string or rope
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Today’s Navajo word of the day is tł’óół, which is a string, or a rope in English.
It is also a word for cords, twine, or the lariats as used by cowboys.
In the context of díyogí (rug), it is the basis of the word adeeshtł’óół which means “to weave.”
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