gird

Girdle vs Gird - What's the difference?

girdle | gird | Related terms |

Girdle is a related term of gird.


As nouns the difference between girdle and gird

is that girdle is that which girds, encircles, or encloses; a circumference while gird is a sarcastic remark.

As verbs the difference between girdle and gird

is that girdle is to gird, encircle, or constrain by such means while gird is to bind with a flexible rope or cord or gird can be to jeer at.

Action vs Gird - What's the difference?

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As nouns the difference between action and gird

is that action is something done so as to accomplish a purpose while gird is a sarcastic remark.

As verbs the difference between action and gird

is that action is (management) to act on a request etc, in order to put it into effect while gird is to bind with a flexible rope or cord or gird can be to jeer at.

As a interjection action

is demanding or signifying the start of something, usually an act or scene of a theatric performance.

Prepare vs Gird - What's the difference?

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As verbs the difference between prepare and gird

is that prepare is to make ready for a specific future purpose; to set up; to assemble while gird is to bind with a flexible rope or cord or gird can be to jeer at.

As nouns the difference between prepare and gird

is that prepare is (obsolete) preparation while gird is a sarcastic remark.

Belt vs Gird - What's the difference?

belt | gird |


As nouns the difference between belt and gird

is that belt is a band worn around the waist to hold clothing to one's body (usually pants), hold weapons (such as a gun or sword), or serve as a decorative piece of clothing while gird is a sarcastic remark.

As verbs the difference between belt and gird

is that belt is to encircle while gird is to bind with a flexible rope or cord or gird can be to jeer at.

Encircle vs Gird - What's the difference?

encircle | gird |


As verbs the difference between encircle and gird

is that encircle is to surround, form a circle around while gird is to bind with a flexible rope or cord or gird can be to jeer at.

As a noun gird is

a sarcastic remark.

Cord vs Gird - What's the difference?

cord | gird |


As nouns the difference between cord and gird

is that cord is a long, thin, flexible length of twisted yarns (strands) of fiber (rope, for example); (uncountable) such a length of twisted strands considered as a commodity while gird is a sarcastic remark.

As verbs the difference between cord and gird

is that cord is to furnish with cords while gird is to bind with a flexible rope or cord or gird can be to jeer at.

Rope vs Gird - What's the difference?

rope | gird |


As nouns the difference between rope and gird

is that rope is (uncountable) thick strings, yarn, monofilaments, metal wires, or strands of other cordage that are twisted together to form a stronger line while gird is a sarcastic remark.

As verbs the difference between rope and gird

is that rope is to tie (something) with something while gird is to bind with a flexible rope or cord or gird can be to jeer at.

Flexible vs Gird - What's the difference?

flexible | gird |


As nouns the difference between flexible and gird

is that flexible is (chiefly|engineering|and|manufacturing) something that is flexible while gird is a sarcastic remark.

As a adjective flexible

is capable of being flexed or bent without breaking; able to be turned, bowed, or twisted, without breaking; pliable; not stiff or brittle.

As a verb gird is

to bind with a flexible rope or cord or gird can be to jeer at.

Bind vs Gird - What's the difference?

bind | gird |


As verbs the difference between bind and gird

is that bind is to tie; to confine by any ligature while gird is to bind with a flexible rope or cord or gird can be to jeer at.

As nouns the difference between bind and gird

is that bind is that which binds or ties while gird is a sarcastic remark.

Gird vs Girt - What's the difference?

gird | girt | Related terms |

Girt is a related term of gird.


As verbs the difference between gird and girt

is that gird is to bind with a flexible rope or cord or gird can be to jeer at while girt is to gird or girt can be (gird).

As nouns the difference between gird and girt

is that gird is a sarcastic remark while girt is a horizontal structural member of post and beam architecture, typically attached to bridge two or more vertical members such as corner posts.

As a adjective girt is

(nautical) bound by a cable; used of a vessel so moored by two anchors that she swings against one of the cables by force of the current or tide.

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