There was a noteworthy horse in Medb's herd and he was of the value of a bondmaid; a horse to match was found among Ailill's.
Abraham had two sons, the one by a bondmaid, the other by a freewoman.
Where for the remnant of her days a bondmaid's life led she.
Said Duffy to the King, ‘Wilt thou buy a bondmaid, namely, my daughter?’
All this they bore to the ships of King Alf, and Hjordis and the bondmaid went with them.
He further said that the king had the eyes of a slave, and that the queen had in three ways shown the behaviour of a bondmaid.
The cazi, no less enamoured, says that the woman is his bondmaid, who had absconded with much money.
He pronounced the decree, and laid upon the bondmaid, and not upon his noble boy, the provision for the journey.