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fifi hook

/ (ˈfiːfiː) /
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noun
mountaineering a metal hook at the top of an étrier for attaching it to a peg and also connected by a cord to the climber's harness to pull the étrier up and prevent it being dropped
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Word Origin for fifi hook

C20: of unknown origin
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