She ran back, crying out, and said she did not know what devilry was going on in the byre.
When she had done that, she went into the byre, and there sat the goody milking.
I saw beyond me a few farm-buildings, a byre, several pigsties, and three disused waggons.
He had to clean a byre, or cow-shed, which had not been cleaned for seven years.
It was as wan and awful as that of the dead man in the byre, but he saw that the eyes lived.
He looked at the byre, and then he rubbed his eyes; and then he looked at the byre again, for, lo!
I had a bullock showing some symptoms of the disease in a byre amongst ten.
As they ate, the golden pigeon said: “Do you remember how I cleaned the byre?”
When the King's daughter heard it she was full of sorrow, and went down to the byre to the Bull.
Farmhouses would be burned, stack-yard and byre made desolate.