ungird

ungird

(ʌnˈɡɜːd)
vb (tr)
poetic to remove a belt, girdle, harness, etc from around (a person or animal)

ungird


Past participle: ungirded
Gerund: ungirding

Imperative
ungird
ungird
Present
I ungird
you ungird
he/she/it ungirds
we ungird
you ungird
they ungird
Preterite
I ungirded
you ungirded
he/she/it ungirded
we ungirded
you ungirded
they ungirded
Present Continuous
I am ungirding
you are ungirding
he/she/it is ungirding
we are ungirding
you are ungirding
they are ungirding
Present Perfect
I have ungirded
you have ungirded
he/she/it has ungirded
we have ungirded
you have ungirded
they have ungirded
Past Continuous
I was ungirding
you were ungirding
he/she/it was ungirding
we were ungirding
you were ungirding
they were ungirding
Past Perfect
I had ungirded
you had ungirded
he/she/it had ungirded
we had ungirded
you had ungirded
they had ungirded
Future
I will ungird
you will ungird
he/she/it will ungird
we will ungird
you will ungird
they will ungird
Future Perfect
I will have ungirded
you will have ungirded
he/she/it will have ungirded
we will have ungirded
you will have ungirded
they will have ungirded
Future Continuous
I will be ungirding
you will be ungirding
he/she/it will be ungirding
we will be ungirding
you will be ungirding
they will be ungirding
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been ungirding
you have been ungirding
he/she/it has been ungirding
we have been ungirding
you have been ungirding
they have been ungirding
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been ungirding
you will have been ungirding
he/she/it will have been ungirding
we will have been ungirding
you will have been ungirding
they will have been ungirding
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been ungirding
you had been ungirding
he/she/it had been ungirding
we had been ungirding
you had been ungirding
they had been ungirding
Conditional
I would ungird
you would ungird
he/she/it would ungird
we would ungird
you would ungird
they would ungird
Past Conditional
I would have ungirded
you would have ungirded
he/she/it would have ungirded
we would have ungirded
you would have ungirded
they would have ungirded
Translations

ungird

[ˈʌnˈgɜːd] (ungirt (pt, pp)) VT (liter) → desceñir

ungird

vt swordablegen; loinsentgürten
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Waists ungirded to the underside of our suspended mounts
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