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." I had no need to pretend; whether I chose or not, I spoke in a weeping voice that would have melted a heart of stone.
HEALTH WALK Thursdays at rear entrance to Bield Housing at Strathallan Court 10.30-11.15am.
Bield, the housing and support services provider, has appointed an interim chief executive as it continues to recruit for a full-time position.
A council spokesperson said: "East Stewart Gardens is owned by Bield Housing Association and part of it is leased for the integrated day service - that part of the building will revert to Bield when this service closes.
Isa Curran, 81, and her daughter Sharon Curran, 51, have been living together at Bield's Houston Court development for more than three years.
One of the earliest examples of a landscaped garden in the UK is thought to be Lyveden New Bield which was laid out c.1596 with a moat and mound accessed by a spiral path.
On until 11pm June 24 at The Bield at Blackruthven, Tibbermore, Perth PH1 1PY, www.solasfestival.co.uk
Registered charity Bield has teamed up with Befriend Motherwell, a service that caters to older people in the Motherwell community.
Carol Harvey, deputy manager at Bield's Carntyne Gardens, said: "The staff here all really enjoyed reading After the Panic - it's a fantastic story that illustrates Mr Glen's bright mind.
For more information, please visit www.millerhomes.co.uk Bield are offering homebuyers aged over 60 a shared ownership deal on properties at their luxury housing development, The Walled Gardens, in St Andrews.
Lyveden New Bield, Northampton-shire; an incomplete 16th century hunting lodge whose building was directed by the imprisoned Catholic Sir Thomas Tresham.