- a shelter; refuge.
Origin of bield
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Historical Examples of bield
In another minute he was forth into the storm, pursuing what remained of his long march to Pindar's Bield.J. S. Le Fanu's Ghostly Tales, Volume 3
Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu
Sae speaking, he sped rath frae the bield, and was sune lost i' the glunch shadows o' the mirk night.
This grange lay within Grasmere parish, as does the field below Bield, where tradition asserts the chapel to have stood.The Church of Grasmere
Mary L. Armitt
Ye lie on your wame a bittie in the bield of this wood, and ye tell me that ye've cuist off these Frasers and Macgregors.David Balfour, Second Part
Robert Louis Stevenson
Fo'k should bow to the bush they get bield frae, but take care o' lying ower near the laiggens o't.The Three Perils of Man, Vol. 3 (of 3)
- a shelter; house
- to shelter or take shelter