English to Arabic Meaning :: gird

Gird :
كسا
طوق, كسا, هزأ ب, إستعد للعمل, إستعد للمعركة - كساكسامحزميستعديستر العورة، يشد
 
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Verb(1) Put a girdle on or around(2) Bind with something round or circular(3) Encircle or bind(4) Encircle; strengthen(5) Make fun of

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(1) I invest him with your robe, gird him with your sash, entrust him with your authority; and he shall be a father to the inhabitants of Jerusalem and to the House of Judah.(2) They gird their weapons, mount their horses, and form into groups in the guise of a troop of soldiers.(3) Steel rings that gird the elongated, tubular building(4) One believer will gird him or herself with a towel, bend a knee, and wash the feet of another in a simple basin, drying the feet with the towel that is wrapped around the waist.(5) One was prepared to leave, and had only to gird his sword about his waist, when the other spoke suddenly.(6) Well that's interesting, because we sing in our national anthem that u251cu00f6u251cu00e7u251cu2510Our land is girt by seau251cu00f6u251cu00e7u251cu00fb, but we have been slow to recognise its importance in indigenous culture.(7) Soon his shoes were being girded with golden spurs.(8) I thought of our pilgrimages out of the city, the slow tide of traffic to the shore or family visits, a cincture of security and welcome girding the suburbs and beyond.(9) Once elected, the two winners were girt with a sword as Knights of the Shire.(10) A golden belt girded his waist.(11) In the eastern section were three broad stone pillars supporting the balcony above, which girded the guest rooms on the second floor.(12) But when the fabric is girding my middle and slung over my shoulder, Brian tells me that I look like an African prince.(13) The bushes rustled, and around us three more men, all with swords girt at their sides, stepped out.(14) Instead, he was dressed in a loose black robe with no sleeves, girt at the waist with a white metal belt.
Related Words
(1) gird up one's loins ::
شمر عن ساعديه
Synonyms
Verb
1. surround ::
طوق
2. prepare ::
إعداد
3. encircle ::
طوق
5. girdle ::
حزام
Antonyms
1. Disarm
  
2. Let go
  
3. Weaken
  
4. Compliment
  
5. Flatter
  
6. Praise
  
Different Forms
gird, girded, girding, girds
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