Shire vs Shide - What's the difference?

shire | shide |


As nouns the difference between shire and shide

is that shire is former administrative area of britain; a county while shide is a thin board; a billet of wood; splinter.

As a verb shire

is to (re]])constitute as one or more shires or [[county|counties.

shire

English

Noun

(wikipedia shire) (en noun)
  • Former administrative area of Britain; a county.
  • Yorkshire is the largest shire in England.
  • (UK, colloquial) The general area in which a person lives, used in the context of travel within the UK.
  • When are you coming back to the shire ?
  • A rural or outer suburban local government area of Australia.
  • A shire horse.
  • Verb

    (shir)
  • To (re]])constitute as one or more shires or [[county, counties.
  • * 1985 , Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy , page 291:
  • Although he still managed formally to shire the province in the summer and autumn of 1585, his plan to establish a presidential government and complete the integration of Ulster into English Ireland met with royal indifference.
  • * 2012 , James Lydon, The Making of Ireland: From Ancient Times to the Present (ISBN 1134981503), page 160:
  • The province was shired into nine counties,
    County Longford was shired in 1586

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    shide

    English

    (Webster 1913)

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • A thin board; a billet of wood; splinter.
  • A piece of wood; strip; piece split off; plank.