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gird verb (girded or girt , girding) literary to encircle or fasten something (especially part of the body) with a belt or something similar. gird oneself 1 to tuck up loose garments under one's belt (so as to be able to move more quickly). 2 to prepare oneself for action. gird or gird up one's loins to prepare oneself for action.ETYMOLOGY: Anglo-Saxon gyrdan.dont think you can stick an s on the end sorry
girds! not sure
i need some1 to change this letters to form words; CARTIDOT
FordsIt restarted somewhere around page 54 I think.