Definitions for "Girth"
A band or strap which encircles the body; especially, one by which a saddle is fastened upon the back of a horse.
The measure around any object, such as a body at the waist or belly, or a box ; the circumference of anything; as, in order to be acceptable for mailing, the total of height and girth of a package must not exceed 63 inches.
hoop/band The strips of segmental armour that encompasses the wearer's trunk. See also the section on the technical terminology of segmental body armour.
With regards to a 6-sided case, the sum total of the shortest dimension x 2, plus the next to the shortest dimensions x 2, plus the longest dimension. Girth is used to determine size freight-ability.
The smallest circumferential dimension at the pistol grip of a stock.
(n.): The girth of a graph is the length of the shortest cycle(s) in the graph. If the graph has no cycles, its girth is infinite.
A small horizontal brace or girder.
one of the horizontal braces between the legs of a derrick.
The width of the blank strip from which a profile is rolled (usually refers to gutters and flashings).
The width of sheet copper material (in the flat) used to form a gutter.
Girth is defined as the width (rounded to the nearest inch) times two, plus the height (rounded to the nearest inch) times two, measured perpendicular to the length of an item.
Keywords:  halter
Keywords:  bane, dca, album, winter, artist
Girth is Winter's Bane second album. It was released in 1997 as an independent recording. It was later re-released by DCA Recordings with the artist as "Kill Procedure".
Girth is a term that is being applied to the way a tree grows. During secondary growth, a tree grows in girth. That means that it increases its diameter by growing in girth. DIAGRAMS: Girth PHOTOS
encircle or bind; "Trees girded the green fields"
Keywords:  perimeter, length, cross, section
The length of the perimeter of a cross-section.
Keywords:  bind
To bind as with a girth.