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A knot is a fastening in rope or interwoven lines.
Knot may also refer to:
- Knot (mathematics), an abstract representation of an interwoven linear object
- Knot (graph theory), an inescapable section of a directed graph
- Knot (regression), points on a spline
- Knot theory, the study of mathematical knots
- Knot of Isis (tyet), symbol of welfare/life.
- Sacral knot, a Minoan symbol of holiness; appeared on the Minoan snake goddess.
- Red Knot, a wading bird (simply called "Knot" in Europe)
- Great Knot, a wading bird
- Trigger point or knot, a small, hard, tender spot in a muscle
- Bulbus glandis or knot, an erectile swelling on a canid penis
Arts and entertainment
- The Knot, a 2006 Chinese film
- The Knot, a 2012 film directed by Jesse Lawrence and starring Noel Clarke and Mena Suvari
- Knots (film), a 2004 film starring Scott Cohen and Annabeth Gish
- Knots (album), a 2012 album by Sons of Noel and Adrian
- Knots, a 2011 film starring Kimberly-Rose Wolter
- Knots, a 1970 book of poetry by R. D. Laing
- Knots, a song by Gentle Giant
- Knot (unit), a unit of speed equal to one nautical mile per hour
- Knot (wood), a mark left in timber by the origin of branches
- Knot (papermaking), an undigested clump of wood fibres in chemical paper pulp
- KNOT, a radio station in Prescott, Arizona, United States
- Knot (heraldry)
- Knot DNS, an open-source server program for the Domain Name System
- Knott (disambiguation)
- Celtic knot, a decorative graphic representation of a knot
- Gordian Knot, a very complex knot in Ancient Greek mythology
- Garlic knot, a bread appetiser in the shape of a knot
- Knot garden, an elaborate interlace of tightly-clipped low hedging
- Knotted wrack, a seaweed
- Knotgrass or knotweed, any of the plants in the buckwheat family, Polygonaceae
- Knotting, Bedfordshire, a village in England
- Knots Landing, an American soap opera
- Mary Untier of Knots, a Marian devotion
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