Meaning of well-girt in English:

well-girt

adjective

  • Firmly encircled or secured by a girdle or a girth. Hence of a person: braced or prepared for physical activity; fit, active; compare "gird".

Origin

Late 16th century; earliest use found in Geoffrey Fenton (c1539–1608), translator and administrator in Ireland. From well + girt.

Pronunciation

well-girt

/ˌwɛlˈɡəːt/