Beild

n.1.A place of shelter; protection; refuge.
The random beild o' clod or stane.
- Burns.
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Young bulls sold to 210p pkg for a Charolais from JM More, Beild, Gargunnock and to PS1482.60 for the same beast.
And when yer dressed and made a field, An' stappit full o'seed an' dreel'd Ye'll gladden mony a cozie beild Wi' milk an' meal, An' pack the wymes o' mony a chield Wi' spuds an' kale!
Other photographs show people sitting at the edge of "Clear Lake." Nearly all of the other photographs show farm scenes (though one shows a place called "Beild").