Cordón, from the French cordon, is a rope that can be made of various materials. Typically, this rope has a cylindrical shape and is used to hold something. For example: “I need a cord to tie the bundle”, “It is very windy: I better adjust the cord of my dress”, “The window is kept closed thanks to a cord that is tied to a stone”.
According to abbreviationfinder.org, the laces, also known as ribbons, braids or shoelaces, are the element used to fasten the shoes to the feet. Each lace must be passed through the eyelets of the shoe in such a way that it goes through them. The fastening is completed with a knot: “Be careful, your laces are untied”, “My son hasn’t learned to tie his laces yet”, “Look at these original sneakers: they are green and have yellow laces”.
In the religious field we find the existence of the prayer cord, which is used by the Orthodox to be able to keep a better account of the prayers they perform. Specifically, said element, made up of wool knots and even wooden beads, resembles to a certain extent the well-known rosaries that Christians have to carry out their corresponding prayers.
The notion of cordon also refers to what in some countries is known as a curb: the union between the sidewalk or sidewalk used by pedestrians and the street or road where vehicles circulate. Typically, the curb is a step between 5 and 10 centimeters high: “The car went up the curb and ran over a child”, “I’m trying to teach Bobby that he shouldn’t get off the curb until I give him the corresponding order”.
In the health field we have to underline the existence of what is known as the cordon sanitaire. Specifically, this is a term that is used to refer to the set of actions, means and elements of various kinds that exist in a given area with the clear objective of stopping the spread of situations that endanger health such as pests or epidemics.
Within the human body we find various types of cords. Thus, for example, there is the spermatic cord, which is the one that men have and that is defined as the set of organs that are protected by loose-type cellular tissue and that are characterized by going from the testicle to what is the inguinal canal.
The umbilical cord, on the other hand, is the cord that, in placental mammals, links the fetus or embryo to its placenta. This cord allows the exchange of food and blood between the two.
In addition to human beings, some animals also have cords, although of different types. In this way we find the fact that horses sometimes have a cord on their faces, which is nothing more than a white stripe that crosses from the forehead to the nose area.