Definition of Begirt

1. v. t. To encompass; to begird.



Definition of Begirt

1. Verb. (obsolete) To surround or enclose ¹

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Definition of Begirt

1. begird [v] - See also: begird

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Begirt

beginning
beginning(a)
beginning of day
beginning rhyme
beginningless
beginnings
begins
begird
begirded
begirding
begirdle
begirdled
begirdles
begirdling
begirds
begirt (current term)
beglad
begladded
begladding
beglads
beglammer
beglamor
beglamored
beglamoring
beglamors
beglamour
beglamoured
beglamouring
beglamours
beglerbeg

Literary usage of Begirt

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1. The Iliad of Homer by Homer, John Graham Cordery (1871)
"... pledge of friendship old, And Molus to his son Meriones : 300 Therewith Odysseus now begirt his head. So panoplied in dreadful-seeming arms The two went ..."

2. The Works of John Marston by John Marston, James Orchard Halliwell-Phillipps (1856)
"... ly life, proud Spaniard, answeres this offence. strong guard for the prisoner, lesse the cities powers ise to rescue him. [begirt him with ..."

3. A Grammar of the French Language with Practical Exercises by N. Wanostrocht (1789)
"NB For the fake of euphony, the following verbs, to begirt^ to continue, to con/train, to engage, to exhort^ to compel or ..."

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