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English words starting with gird

Gird

ɡɜːd

Meanings of Gird:

verb

Encircle (a person or part of the body) with a belt or band.

Usage examples:

A young man was to be girded with the belt of knighthood
noun

A cutting or critical remark.

Usage examples:

His girds were oblique, and touched to the quick

Girded

ɡɜːd

Meanings of Girded:

verb

Encircle (a person or part of the body) with a belt or band.

Usage examples:

A young man was to be girded with the belt of knighthood
noun

A cutting or critical remark.

Usage examples:

His girds were oblique, and touched to the quick

Meanings of Girder:

noun

A large iron or steel beam or compound structure used for building bridges and the framework of large buildings.

Usage examples:

The tower is made of steel girders criss-crossed to make it stronger

Meanings of Girding:

verb

Encircle (a person or part of the body) with a belt or band.

Usage examples:

A young man was to be girded with the belt of knighthood
noun

A cutting or critical remark.

Usage examples:

His girds were oblique, and touched to the quick

Girdle

ˈɡɜː.dəl

Meanings of Girdle:

noun

A belt or cord worn round the waist.

Usage examples:

Her waist was defined by a gold chain girdle
verb

Encircle (the body) with a girdle.

Usage examples:

The friar loosened the rope that girdled his waist

Girdled

ˈɡɜː.dəl

Meanings of Girdled:

verb

Encircle (the body) with a girdle.

Usage examples:

The friar loosened the rope that girdled his waist
noun

A belt or cord worn round the waist.

Usage examples:

Her waist was defined by a gold chain girdle

Girdler

ˈɡəːd(ə)lə

Meanings of Girdler:

noun

A maker of girdles.

Girdlers

ˈɡəːd(ə)lə

Meanings of Girdlers:

noun

A maker of girdles.

Girdles

ˈɡəːd(ə)l

Meanings of Girdles:

noun

A belt or cord worn round the waist.

Usage examples:

Her waist was defined by a gold chain girdle
verb

Encircle (the body) with a girdle.

Usage examples:

The friar loosened the rope that girdled his waist

Girdling

ˈɡɜː.dəl

Meanings of Girdling:

verb

Encircle (the body) with a girdle.

Usage examples:

The friar loosened the rope that girdled his waist
noun

A belt or cord worn round the waist.

Usage examples:

Her waist was defined by a gold chain girdle

Meanings of Girds:

verb

Encircle (a person or part of the body) with a belt or band.

Usage examples:

A young man was to be girded with the belt of knighthood
noun

A cutting or critical remark.

Usage examples:

His girds were oblique, and touched to the quick

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