Responses to the following questions (again, separate fields with
semicolons). If you have no word for a concept, enter "gap".
Field 1: What do you call one single plait of braided hair that hangs
down the back?
2: What do you call it when the hair is clasped or otherwise
bound into a single bunch so as to hang down the back like
a horse's tail?
3: What do you call two plaits of braided hair that hang down
4: What do you call it when the hair is clasped or otherwise
bound into two bunches so as to hang down the back like
two horse's tails?
[End of survey]
hmmm: what is a "field"? (well, i can guess, i guess....)
1. hmm: well, cld be "pigtail" or chinese "queue" (? queue-line? cue-stick?)
2. ponytail (mainly american?)
3. pigtails (mainly american?) (but you cheated by "cueing" or "clueing them
in"--glueing them in?--with your header!!!)
4. ponytails, walrus tails (alaska)