from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • v. To support or uphold, especially from beneath; sustain.
  • v. To hold a note for a shorter duration than required.
  • v. To hold an infant or child for less time than needed.
  • n. An unfair seizing of an opponent under the arms.
  • n. An underhand grip, especially while hanging from a bar.


From under- +‎ hold. (Wiktionary)



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