ungirt

[ uhn-gurt ]
/ ʌnˈgɜrt /

adjective

having a girdle loosened or removed.
slack; relaxed; not taut or pulled together: ungirt thinking.

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Origin of ungirt

First recorded in 1250–1300, ungirt is from the Middle English word ungyrt. See un-1, girt1

Definition for ungirt (2 of 2)

ungird
[ uhn-gurd ]
/ ʌnˈgɜrd /

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

before 900; Middle English ungirden, Old English ungyrdan; see un-2, gird1; cognate with German entgürten
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