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Oxford dictionary definition of the word gird:
verb (past and past participle girded or girt)
[with object] literary
encircle (a person or part of the body) with a belt or band:
a young man was to be girded with the belt of knighthood
secure (a garment or sword) on the body with a belt or band:
a white robe girded with a magenta sash
the ruins are girded by two deep gorges
gird (up) one’s loins (or gird oneself for something)
prepare and strengthen oneself for future actions, typically ones that may be dangerous or difficult.
Old English gyrdan, of Germanic origin; related to Dutch gorden and German gürten, also to girdle1 and girth