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.
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The aparejo and pack saddle are inventions of the Arabians away back in the eighth century.The Book of Camp-Lore and Woodcraft|Dan Beard
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.
To the pack-saddle, or aparejo, two baskets are fastened, in which the botijas are placed with the small ends downwards.
The United States army diamond particularly adapted for use with the aparejo.