Wæs ðæt bold tobrocen swíðe
the dwelling was much shattered,
- Beo. Th. 1998; B. 997.
Ðǽr ic wíc báge, bold mid bearnum
where I inhabit a dwelling, a house with children,
- Exon. 104 b; Th. 396, 23; Rä. 16, 9.
Bold wæs betlíc
the building was excellent [good-like],
- Beo. Th. 3854; B. 1925.
Nis ðæt betlíc bold [blod MS.]
that is no goodly dwelling,
- Exon. 116 a; Th. 446, 16; Dóm. 23.
He him gesealde bold and bregostól
he gave to him a habitation and a princely seat,
- Beo. Th. 4398; B. 2196.
Ne mót ic brúcan burga ne bolda
I may not enjoy towns nor palaces,
- Cd. 216; Th. 273, 19; Sat. 139.
Ðá wæs Beówulfe gecýðed, ðæt his sylfes hám, bolda sélest, brynewylmum mealt
then it was made known to Beowulf, that his own home, the best of mansions, was consumed by flames of fire,
- Beo. Th. 4641; B. 2326.
Gewát beorht blǽdgifa in bold óðer
the bright giver of glory departed into another temple,
- Andr. Kmbl. 1312; An. 656.
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