verb (used with object), un·gird·ed or un·girt, un·gird·ing.
to loosen or remove a girdle or belt from.
to loosen or remove by unfastening a belt: to ungird a sword.
Origin of ungird
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Historical Examples of ungird
For on retiring they ungird the sack, and the part which they doubled about the knees they put up to the head.The Philippine Islands, 1493-1898 - Volume 40 of 55
Uncover your heads, ungird your garments and cast the bones of your mother behind you.
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