The pattern is visually an uninterrupted ornament, which corresponds to its name. The simplest prototypes of an ornament in the form of a geometric chain are already found on Neolithic ceramics. In Kazakh culture, this ornament is most often found on the edges of tufted carpets. On the one hand, it denotes unity, the connection of parts into a whole and interdependence. A warp can also mean a ladder from heaven to earth, the universe, marriage, communication, a permanent and enduring unity, etc. Probably, the use of this pattern in traditional culture is associated with benevolent symbolism, that is, it is a graphic text of benevolence for a life of unity (brother chain, clan chain, etc.).