Definition of strig
1a : the footstalk of a leaf or flower b dialectal, England : the rachis of a hop strobile c : the fruiting raceme of the common currant
2 : a thin narrow part or attachment of various tools
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Origin and Etymology of strig
perhaps alteration of 1string
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