noun, plural a·pa·re·jos [ap-uh-rey-ohz, -hohz; Spanish ah-pah-re-haws] /ˌæp əˈreɪ oʊz, -hoʊz; Spanish ˌɑ pɑˈrɛ hɔs/. Spanish.
Origin of aparejo
Examples from the Web for aparejo
Historical Examples of aparejo
On top of both was placed the aparejo, which was cinched by a wide grass-bandage.The Old Santa Fe Trail
The animal itself and its aparejo were never recovered by us.Unknown Mexico, Volume 1 (of 2)
The United States army diamond particularly adapted for use with the aparejo.
The top rope is the rope leading up from the rear corner of the aparejo boot on near side to the side and center of off side pack.
The near packer now engages around front boot of aparejo the free portion of the running rope below the bight just formed.