adjective Scot. and North England.
Origin of yeld
Examples from the Web for yeld
Mrs. Yeld, the bishop's wife, was sitting next to the priest, and was in truth somewhat afraid of her neighbour.
Dr Brandram drove back to Yeld in a dazed condition of mind.
Two days later he reached the hotel in London with a Yeld label on his trunk.
Mr. Booth sayd that he wold yeld that to me that he wold not yeld to the bisshop nor any other.The Private Diary of Dr. John Dee|John Dee
"I don't think it answers," said Mrs. Yeld to her husband as they went home.