verb be·gird \bi-ˈgərd, bē-\
be·girt\-ˈgərt\ also be·gird·edbe·gird·ing

Definition of BEGIRD

transitive verb
:  gird 1a

Examples of BEGIRD

  1. <a white granite boulder begirt with a band of dark gray>

First Known Use of BEGIRD

before 12th century


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