/ Fishermans Knot
Settle an argument.
Single fisherman's is the same knot on two ends of cord with one wind. It's used by fishermen to tie bits of line together.
Pretty sure it's the latter. The knot on it's own is a double overhand if I recall correctly (but I am bad with names of things).
Single fisherman's described above
The latter. Otherwise, triple Fisherman's knot would look strange!
I hate being proved wrong! :-(
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