Talk:Overhand knot with draw-loop

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This page should be renamed to 'Slipped Half Hitch'. According to precise knot naming basics, this is not an overhand. And the knot index should also be corrected. [[[Special:Contributions/2602:306:BC46:44A0:71A0:3236:3F0F:C43B|2602:306:BC46:44A0:71A0:3236:3F0F:C43B]] (talk) 22:09, 28 July 2016 (UTC)bj: 28-Jul-2016]

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There is no reason to delete this page or any of the other knot pages, either here or on the Danish wikipedia. I will be fixing the broken link to it, however. Eclecticology 02:28, 2003 Nov 29 (UTC)

relationships with other knots[edit]

As a hitch, it is a slipped half hitch. As a free stopper knot, it is a slipped overhand knot. I have added redirects from slipped half-hitch, slipped half hitch, and slipped overhand knot. Knottedup (talk) 19:35, 15 August 2008 (UTC)