bield

bield

(biːld)
n
a shelter; house
vb
to shelter or take shelter
[Old English bieldo, byldo boldness (hence: refuge); related to Gothic balthei, Old English beald bold]

bield


Past participle: bielded
Gerund: bielding

Imperative
bield
bield
Present
I bield
you bield
he/she/it bields
we bield
you bield
they bield
Preterite
I bielded
you bielded
he/she/it bielded
we bielded
you bielded
they bielded
Present Continuous
I am bielding
you are bielding
he/she/it is bielding
we are bielding
you are bielding
they are bielding
Present Perfect
I have bielded
you have bielded
he/she/it has bielded
we have bielded
you have bielded
they have bielded
Past Continuous
I was bielding
you were bielding
he/she/it was bielding
we were bielding
you were bielding
they were bielding
Past Perfect
I had bielded
you had bielded
he/she/it had bielded
we had bielded
you had bielded
they had bielded
Future
I will bield
you will bield
he/she/it will bield
we will bield
you will bield
they will bield
Future Perfect
I will have bielded
you will have bielded
he/she/it will have bielded
we will have bielded
you will have bielded
they will have bielded
Future Continuous
I will be bielding
you will be bielding
he/she/it will be bielding
we will be bielding
you will be bielding
they will be bielding
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been bielding
you have been bielding
he/she/it has been bielding
we have been bielding
you have been bielding
they have been bielding
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been bielding
you will have been bielding
he/she/it will have been bielding
we will have been bielding
you will have been bielding
they will have been bielding
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been bielding
you had been bielding
he/she/it had been bielding
we had been bielding
you had been bielding
they had been bielding
Conditional
I would bield
you would bield
he/she/it would bield
we would bield
you would bield
they would bield
Past Conditional
I would have bielded
you would have bielded
he/she/it would have bielded
we would have bielded
you would have bielded
they would have bielded
References in classic literature ?
O, let me get into the bield of a house -- I'll can die there easier.
A joint venture with Social Work and Bield Housing and Care is proposed on Site 9.
Chrissie, of Scotstounhill, Glasgow, took off courtesy of Virgin Balloon Flights after staff at her Bield care home helped arrange the trip.
Far, far are the bonnie brown boats frae the bay, Cauld guests noo o' darkness and danger are they; The Night Pack is hunting the lads' lives again - Frae ruth o' the Sea-Wolf, Dear God, bield oor men.
They are concerned over the impact the wind farm would have on local panoramic views, and in particular the setting of Lyveden New Bield, a 17th-Century lodge which has one of the finest surviving examples of an Elizabethan garden in the country.
Lyveden New Bield, Northampton-shire; an incomplete 16th century hunting lodge whose building was directed by the imprisoned Catholic Sir Thomas Tresham.
5m wind turbines built within the setting of the Lyveden New Bield site, a place described by the Planning Inspector who granted approval for the plans as "probably the finest example of an Elizabethan garden[with a] cultural value of national if not international significance".
Lyveden New Bield Set in the heart of rural Northamptonshire, Lyveden is the incomplete Elizabethan lodge of Sir Thomas Tresham.
KITE FLYING at Lyveden New Bield, Northamptonshire, on April 8, in the mansion shell of Lyveden New Bield.
The indirection and doubleness that had governed his life now was inscribed in the details of the Triangular Lodge and Lyveden New Bield, grave representations both of the private and secured interior life.
Among those still available is an old remote farmhouse for six, The Bield, at Little Langdale with ancient beams and oak panelling in the living room for pounds 862 a week.
The other featured gardens are the long lost Italian Garden at St Fagans; Hidcote Bartrim, Gloucestershire, taken over by the National Trust 50 years ago and now one of Britain's most visited gardens; the 400-year-old unfinished mystery at Lyveden New Bield near Peterborough and the Gibberd Garden at Harlow, laid out by Sir Frederick Gibberd, the master planner of Harlow New Town.