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Gird Expression, Gird Soul Urge, Gird Inner Dream


Numerology information Gird:

numerologyName Number: 2 Meaning: Partnership, Sense, Other, Passive, Assistance, Acceptance, Intimacy, Peace


Definition funny of Gird:

urbanThe Plural and shortened word for girdle

urbanOh dude that guy has a big gird

urbanChildrens hoop, motor car, girlfriend originally a gird was a hoop or bicycle wheel driven by a stick (a lot of fun), later transposed to meaning a car,( no' a bad wee gird") It is often used as an unsentimental compliment regarding a girl.

urban" She's a nice wee gird"


Songs about Gird:

songsGird the Logie by Hesperus Early Music Ensemble from the Album Colonial America

songsAs I Gird On For Fighting by David Moore from the Album The Poetry Of A.E. Housman

songsElsie Marley / Hoop Her Hand And Gird Her by The High Level Ranters from the Album Ranting Lads

songsFavourite Dram - Hoop Her and Gird Her by Calasaig from the Album Merchants' City

songsGird by W.A.C.O. from the Album Sylvania

songsGird On Thy Sword - Go On, Be Prosperous In Fight (Chorus Of Israelites) by George Frideric Handel from the Album Handel: Saul (English Oratorio In Three Acts, Performed According To The Traditions Of The Time)

songsGird Thy Sword On by Paul Johnson & The Packards from the Album Guitar Heaven


Books about Gird:

booksGird: Isometric Dots: 8.5"x11" Sketchbook by Joe Dolan (May 8, 2012)

booksThe Legacy of Gird (Trade Paperback) by Elizabeth Moon (Sep 1, 1996)

booksGird Up with the Word Devotional Digest: Equipping Yourself with Spiritual Armor for Daily Spiritual Warfare by Anthony L. Sr. Byrd (Nov 27, 2013)

booksGird Your Mind by Uchenna Egbuchulam (Sep 20, 2014)

booksGird Life with the Truth: A Filipino Father Life's Episodes by Juan C. Nabong Jr. (Oct 21, 2008)

booksGird Your Loins: Rocky And Andy, Apostles Of The Lord by James M. Stanley (Mar 24, 2013)

booksA Mid-Night-Cry from the Temple of God to the Ten Virgins Slumbering and Sleeping, Awake, Awake, Arise, and... by John Rogers (Feb 21, 2012)