bield

[beeld]

Origin of bield

1400–50; late Middle English (Scots) beld(e), beild, apparently to be identified with Middle English beild courage, power, aid, Old English bieldo boldness; akin to Gothic balthei confidence. See bold
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bield

noun
  1. a shelter; house
verb
  1. to shelter or take shelter

Word Origin for bield

Old English bieldo, byldo boldness (hence: refuge); related to Gothic balthei, Old English beald bold
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