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In full "Matthew Walker knot". A knot tied in the separated strands of the end of a rope.
Mid 19th century; earliest use found in Richard Henry Dana. From the English personal name Matthew Walker, assumed to be the name of the inventor of the knot.
Matthew Walker/ˌmaθjuː ˈwɔːkə/
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