A ship’s rigging.
English: 1 – Rope use to tie a boat from the bow. 2. Any rope used to tie one boat to another for berthing.
Issikka ċ-cinga taħt zaqq il-bhima; laqat il-bhima f’żaqqha biex timxi
English: Fastened the harness under an animal’s abdomens; prodded the animal in its sides with his feet to make it move.
A grass rope; a rope with a noose at its end.
Nautical tackle. Block with pulley that can take multiple ropes.
Nautical tackle, with pulley that can take only one rope.
Nautical tackle with pulley that can take two ropes.
Nautical tackle with hook at one end.
Marine rope used for towing.
Rigging used on ships to hoist a flag or sail.
Cablet, manila rope.
Rope, harness used to secure a load on a horse cart.
halyard or halliard is a line (rope) that is used to hoist a ladder, sail, flag or yard.
Type of thin rope used to handle sails.
A type of buoy rope which is attached to a buoy to mark its position.
Mooring rope, cable, hawser.
Rope, tie, string usually made from dried grass.
- handle, grasp, handgrip made of string, leather etc.
- Noose, loop, lasoo, tie etc
Plural: Għelielaq, Għolliqiet
Cord, rope, line.
half hitch: a simple overhand knot, where the working end of a line is brought over and under the standing part. Insecure on its own, it is a valuable component of a wide variety of useful and reliable hitches, bends, and knots.