Lariat – meaning of the word and examples

Another word for lasso. (Collins Dictionary)

A rope for tethering animals. (Collins Dictionary)

A rope used for catching or tying up an animal. (Cambridge Dictionary)

A type of long necklace (= a piece of jewellery worn around the neck), usually one that goes around the neck more than once, and whose ends hang down at the front and have beads or other decorations on them. (Cambridge Dictionary)

A long light rope (as of hemp or leather) used with a running noose to catch livestock or with or without the noose to tether grazing animals: Lasso. (Merriam – Webster)

A rope used as a lasso or for tethering. (Oxford Dictionaries)

Examples

Lariat – Texas Supreme.

http://okbootcorral.com/product/lariat-texas-supreme-1230/

Salma Lariat Necklace.

https://www.brighton.com/product/necklaces/36956-190057/salma-lariat-necklace.html

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