unrig

[ uhn-rig ]
/ ʌnˈrɪg /

verb (used with object), un·rigged, un·rig·ging.

to strip of rigging, as a ship.
to strip of equipment.
Chiefly British Dialect. to undress.

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Origin of unrig

First recorded in 1570–80; un-2 + rig
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British Dictionary definitions for unrig

unrig
/ (ʌnˈrɪɡ) /

verb -rigs, -rigging or -rigged

(tr) to strip (a vessel) of standing and running rigging
archaic, or dialect to undress (someone or oneself)
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