What does BED mean?

Definitions for BED
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Here are all the possible meanings and translations of the word BED.

Princeton's WordNet

  1. bednoun

    a piece of furniture that provides a place to sleep

    "he sat on the edge of the bed"; "the room had only a bed and chair"

  2. bednoun

    a plot of ground in which plants are growing

    "the gardener planted a bed of roses"

  3. bed, bottomnoun

    a depression forming the ground under a body of water

    "he searched for treasure on the ocean bed"

  4. bednoun

    (geology) a stratum of rock (especially sedimentary rock)

    "they found a bed of sandstone"

  5. seam, bednoun

    a stratum of ore or coal thick enough to be mined with profit

    "he worked in the coal beds"

  6. layer, bednoun

    single thickness of usually some homogeneous substance

    "slices of hard-boiled egg on a bed of spinach"

  7. bednoun

    the flat surface of a printing press on which the type form is laid in the last stage of producing a newspaper or magazine or book etc.

  8. bedverb

    a foundation of earth or rock supporting a road or railroad track

    "the track bed had washed away"

  9. bedverb

    furnish with a bed

    "The inn keeper could bed all the new arrivals"

  10. bedverb

    place (plants) in a prepared bed of soil

  11. bedverb

    put to bed

    "The children were bedded at ten o'clock"

  12. sleep together, roll in the hay, love, make out, make love, sleep with, get laid, have sex, know, do it, be intimate, have intercourse, have it away, have it off, screw, fuck, jazz, eff, hump, lie with, bed, have a go at it, bang, get it on, bonkverb

    have sexual intercourse with

    "This student sleeps with everyone in her dorm"; "Adam knew Eve"; "Were you ever intimate with this man?"

  13. go to bed, turn in, bed, crawl in, kip down, hit the hay, hit the sack, sack out, go to sleep, retireverb

    prepare for sleep

    "I usually turn in at midnight"; "He goes to bed at the crack of dawn"

Wiktionary

  1. bednoun

    A piece of furniture, usually flat and soft, to sleep on.

    Etymology: From bedd, from badjan, from bhedh-. Cognate with West Frisian bêd, North Frisian beed (also Fering-Öömrang and Heligoland dialects baad, and Sölring dialect bēr), Dutch bed, German Bett; and (from Indo-European) with Greek βοθυρος ‘pit’, Latin fossa ‘ditch’, Latvian bedre ‘hole’, Welsh bedd, Breton bez ‘grave’; and probably also Russian бодать.

  2. bednoun

    Sleep; rest; getting to sleep.

    He's been afraid of bed since he saw the scary film.

    Etymology: From bedd, from badjan, from bhedh-. Cognate with West Frisian bêd, North Frisian beed (also Fering-Öömrang and Heligoland dialects baad, and Sölring dialect bēr), Dutch bed, German Bett; and (from Indo-European) with Greek βοθυρος ‘pit’, Latin fossa ‘ditch’, Latvian bedre ‘hole’, Welsh bedd, Breton bez ‘grave’; and probably also Russian бодать.

  3. bednoun

    One's place of sleep or rest.

    Etymology: From bedd, from badjan, from bhedh-. Cognate with West Frisian bêd, North Frisian beed (also Fering-Öömrang and Heligoland dialects baad, and Sölring dialect bēr), Dutch bed, German Bett; and (from Indo-European) with Greek βοθυρος ‘pit’, Latin fossa ‘ditch’, Latvian bedre ‘hole’, Welsh bedd, Breton bez ‘grave’; and probably also Russian бодать.

  4. bednoun

    The time for going to sleep or resting in bed.

    I read until bed.

    Etymology: From bedd, from badjan, from bhedh-. Cognate with West Frisian bêd, North Frisian beed (also Fering-Öömrang and Heligoland dialects baad, and Sölring dialect bēr), Dutch bed, German Bett; and (from Indo-European) with Greek βοθυρος ‘pit’, Latin fossa ‘ditch’, Latvian bedre ‘hole’, Welsh bedd, Breton bez ‘grave’; and probably also Russian бодать.

  5. bednoun

    Time spent in a bed.

    Etymology: From bedd, from badjan, from bhedh-. Cognate with West Frisian bêd, North Frisian beed (also Fering-Öömrang and Heligoland dialects baad, and Sölring dialect bēr), Dutch bed, German Bett; and (from Indo-European) with Greek βοθυρος ‘pit’, Latin fossa ‘ditch’, Latvian bedre ‘hole’, Welsh bedd, Breton bez ‘grave’; and probably also Russian бодать.

  6. bednoun

    A prepared spot to spend the night in, as in camping bed.

    He made a bed to sleep in for the night from hay and a blanket.

    Etymology: From bedd, from badjan, from bhedh-. Cognate with West Frisian bêd, North Frisian beed (also Fering-Öömrang and Heligoland dialects baad, and Sölring dialect bēr), Dutch bed, German Bett; and (from Indo-European) with Greek βοθυρος ‘pit’, Latin fossa ‘ditch’, Latvian bedre ‘hole’, Welsh bedd, Breton bez ‘grave’; and probably also Russian бодать.

  7. bednoun

    A garden plot, as in "bed of roses".

    We added a new rosebush to our rose bed.

    Etymology: From bedd, from badjan, from bhedh-. Cognate with West Frisian bêd, North Frisian beed (also Fering-Öömrang and Heligoland dialects baad, and Sölring dialect bēr), Dutch bed, German Bett; and (from Indo-European) with Greek βοθυρος ‘pit’, Latin fossa ‘ditch’, Latvian bedre ‘hole’, Welsh bedd, Breton bez ‘grave’; and probably also Russian бодать.

  8. bednoun

    The bottom of a lake or other body of water.

    Etymology: From bedd, from badjan, from bhedh-. Cognate with West Frisian bêd, North Frisian beed (also Fering-Öömrang and Heligoland dialects baad, and Sölring dialect bēr), Dutch bed, German Bett; and (from Indo-European) with Greek βοθυρος ‘pit’, Latin fossa ‘ditch’, Latvian bedre ‘hole’, Welsh bedd, Breton bez ‘grave’; and probably also Russian бодать.

  9. bednoun

    An area where a large number of oysters, mussels, or other sessile shellfish is found.

    Oysters are farmed from their beds.

    Etymology: From bedd, from badjan, from bhedh-. Cognate with West Frisian bêd, North Frisian beed (also Fering-Öömrang and Heligoland dialects baad, and Sölring dialect bēr), Dutch bed, German Bett; and (from Indo-European) with Greek βοθυρος ‘pit’, Latin fossa ‘ditch’, Latvian bedre ‘hole’, Welsh bedd, Breton bez ‘grave’; and probably also Russian бодать.

  10. bedverb

    To go to a sleeping bed.

    Etymology: From bedd, from badjan, from bhedh-. Cognate with West Frisian bêd, North Frisian beed (also Fering-Öömrang and Heligoland dialects baad, and Sölring dialect bēr), Dutch bed, German Bett; and (from Indo-European) with Greek βοθυρος ‘pit’, Latin fossa ‘ditch’, Latvian bedre ‘hole’, Welsh bedd, Breton bez ‘grave’; and probably also Russian бодать.

  11. bedverb

    To put oneself to sleep.

    Etymology: From bedd, from badjan, from bhedh-. Cognate with West Frisian bêd, North Frisian beed (also Fering-Öömrang and Heligoland dialects baad, and Sölring dialect bēr), Dutch bed, German Bett; and (from Indo-European) with Greek βοθυρος ‘pit’, Latin fossa ‘ditch’, Latvian bedre ‘hole’, Welsh bedd, Breton bez ‘grave’; and probably also Russian бодать.

  12. bedverb

    To settle, as machinery.

    Etymology: From bedd, from badjan, from bhedh-. Cognate with West Frisian bêd, North Frisian beed (also Fering-Öömrang and Heligoland dialects baad, and Sölring dialect bēr), Dutch bed, German Bett; and (from Indo-European) with Greek βοθυρος ‘pit’, Latin fossa ‘ditch’, Latvian bedre ‘hole’, Welsh bedd, Breton bez ‘grave’; and probably also Russian бодать.

  13. bedverb

    To set in a soft matrix, as paving stones in sand, or tiles in cement.

    Etymology: From bedd, from badjan, from bhedh-. Cognate with West Frisian bêd, North Frisian beed (also Fering-Öömrang and Heligoland dialects baad, and Sölring dialect bēr), Dutch bed, German Bett; and (from Indo-European) with Greek βοθυρος ‘pit’, Latin fossa ‘ditch’, Latvian bedre ‘hole’, Welsh bedd, Breton bez ‘grave’; and probably also Russian бодать.

  14. bedverb

    To set out plants in a garden bed.

    Etymology: From bedd, from badjan, from bhedh-. Cognate with West Frisian bêd, North Frisian beed (also Fering-Öömrang and Heligoland dialects baad, and Sölring dialect bēr), Dutch bed, German Bett; and (from Indo-European) with Greek βοθυρος ‘pit’, Latin fossa ‘ditch’, Latvian bedre ‘hole’, Welsh bedd, Breton bez ‘grave’; and probably also Russian бодать.

  15. bedverb

    To have sexual intercourse with.

    Etymology: From bedd, from badjan, from bhedh-. Cognate with West Frisian bêd, North Frisian beed (also Fering-Öömrang and Heligoland dialects baad, and Sölring dialect bēr), Dutch bed, German Bett; and (from Indo-European) with Greek βοθυρος ‘pit’, Latin fossa ‘ditch’, Latvian bedre ‘hole’, Welsh bedd, Breton bez ‘grave’; and probably also Russian бодать.

  16. bednoun

    A flat surface or layer on which something else is to be placed.

    The meats and cheeses lay on a bed of lettuce.

    Etymology: From bedd, from badjan, from bhedh-. Cognate with West Frisian bêd, North Frisian beed (also Fering-Öömrang and Heligoland dialects baad, and Sölring dialect bēr), Dutch bed, German Bett; and (from Indo-European) with Greek βοθυρος ‘pit’, Latin fossa ‘ditch’, Latvian bedre ‘hole’, Welsh bedd, Breton bez ‘grave’; and probably also Russian бодать.

  17. bednoun

    A foundation or supporting surface formed of a fluid.

    A bed of concrete makes a strong subsurface for an asphalt parking lot.

    Etymology: From bedd, from badjan, from bhedh-. Cognate with West Frisian bêd, North Frisian beed (also Fering-Öömrang and Heligoland dialects baad, and Sölring dialect bēr), Dutch bed, German Bett; and (from Indo-European) with Greek βοθυρος ‘pit’, Latin fossa ‘ditch’, Latvian bedre ‘hole’, Welsh bedd, Breton bez ‘grave’; and probably also Russian бодать.

  18. bednoun

    The platform of a truck, trailer, railcar, or other vehicle that supports the load to be hauled.

    The parcels were thrown onto the truck bed before transportation.

    Etymology: From bedd, from badjan, from bhedh-. Cognate with West Frisian bêd, North Frisian beed (also Fering-Öömrang and Heligoland dialects baad, and Sölring dialect bēr), Dutch bed, German Bett; and (from Indo-European) with Greek βοθυρος ‘pit’, Latin fossa ‘ditch’, Latvian bedre ‘hole’, Welsh bedd, Breton bez ‘grave’; and probably also Russian бодать.

  19. bednoun

    A deposit of ore, coal etc.

    Etymology: From bedd, from badjan, from bhedh-. Cognate with West Frisian bêd, North Frisian beed (also Fering-Öömrang and Heligoland dialects baad, and Sölring dialect bēr), Dutch bed, German Bett; and (from Indo-European) with Greek βοθυρος ‘pit’, Latin fossa ‘ditch’, Latvian bedre ‘hole’, Welsh bedd, Breton bez ‘grave’; and probably also Russian бодать.

  20. bednoun

    the smallest division of a geologic formation or stratigraphic rock series marked by well-defined divisional planes (bedding planes) separating it from layers above and below

    Etymology: From bedd, from badjan, from bhedh-. Cognate with West Frisian bêd, North Frisian beed (also Fering-Öömrang and Heligoland dialects baad, and Sölring dialect bēr), Dutch bed, German Bett; and (from Indo-European) with Greek βοθυρος ‘pit’, Latin fossa ‘ditch’, Latvian bedre ‘hole’, Welsh bedd, Breton bez ‘grave’; and probably also Russian бодать.

  21. bednoun

    A shaped piece of timber to hold a cask clear of a ship's floor; a pallet.

    Etymology: From bedd, from badjan, from bhedh-. Cognate with West Frisian bêd, North Frisian beed (also Fering-Öömrang and Heligoland dialects baad, and Sölring dialect bēr), Dutch bed, German Bett; and (from Indo-European) with Greek βοθυρος ‘pit’, Latin fossa ‘ditch’, Latvian bedre ‘hole’, Welsh bedd, Breton bez ‘grave’; and probably also Russian бодать.

  22. bednoun

    A piece of music, normally instrumental, over which a Radio DJ talks.

    Etymology: From bedd, from badjan, from bhedh-. Cognate with West Frisian bêd, North Frisian beed (also Fering-Öömrang and Heligoland dialects baad, and Sölring dialect bēr), Dutch bed, German Bett; and (from Indo-European) with Greek βοθυρος ‘pit’, Latin fossa ‘ditch’, Latvian bedre ‘hole’, Welsh bedd, Breton bez ‘grave’; and probably also Russian бодать.

  23. bednoun

    Sexual activity.

    Etymology: From bedd, from badjan, from bhedh-. Cognate with West Frisian bêd, North Frisian beed (also Fering-Öömrang and Heligoland dialects baad, and Sölring dialect bēr), Dutch bed, German Bett; and (from Indo-European) with Greek βοθυρος ‘pit’, Latin fossa ‘ditch’, Latvian bedre ‘hole’, Welsh bedd, Breton bez ‘grave’; and probably also Russian бодать.

Wikipedia

  1. Bed

    A bed is a piece of furniture which is used as a place to sleep or relax.Most modern beds consist of a soft, cushioned mattress on a bed frame, the mattress resting either on a solid base, often wood slats, or a sprung base. Many beds include a box spring inner-sprung base, which is a large mattress-sized box containing wood and springs that provide additional support and suspension for the mattress. Beds are available in many sizes, ranging from infant-sized bassinets and cribs, to small beds for a single person or adult, to large queen and king-size beds designed for two people. While most beds are single mattresses on a fixed frame, there are other varieties, such as the murphy bed, which folds into a wall, the sofa bed, which folds out of a sofa, and the bunk bed, which provides two mattresses on two tiers. Temporary beds include the inflatable air mattress and the folding camp cot. Some beds contain neither a padded mattress nor a bed frame, such as the hammock. Some beds are made especially for animals. Beds may have a headboard for resting against, and may have side rails and footboards (or "footers"). "Headboard only" beds may incorporate a "dust ruffle", "bed skirt", or "valance sheet" to hide the bed frame. To support the head, a pillow made of a soft, padded material is usually placed on the top of the mattress. Some form of covering blanket is often used to insulate the sleeper, often bed sheets, a quilt, or a duvet, collectively referred to as bedding. Bedding is the removable non-furniture portion of a bed, which enables these components to be washed or aired out.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Bednoun

    an article of furniture to sleep or take rest in or on; a couch. Specifically: A sack or mattress, filled with some soft material, in distinction from the bedstead on which it is placed (as, a feather bed), or this with the bedclothes added. In a general sense, any thing or place used for sleeping or reclining on or in, as a quantity of hay, straw, leaves, or twigs

  2. Bednoun

    (Used as the symbol of matrimony) Marriage

  3. Bednoun

    a plat or level piece of ground in a garden, usually a little raised above the adjoining ground

  4. Bednoun

    a mass or heap of anything arranged like a bed; as, a bed of ashes or coals

  5. Bednoun

    the bottom of a watercourse, or of any body of water; as, the bed of a river

  6. Bednoun

    a layer or seam, or a horizontal stratum between layers; as, a bed of coal, iron, etc

  7. Bednoun

    see Gun carriage, and Mortar bed

  8. Bednoun

    the horizontal surface of a building stone; as, the upper and lower beds

  9. Bednoun

    a course of stone or brick in a wall

  10. Bednoun

    the place or material in which a block or brick is laid

  11. Bednoun

    the lower surface of a brick, slate, or tile

  12. Bednoun

    the foundation or the more solid and fixed part or framing of a machine; or a part on which something is laid or supported; as, the bed of an engine

  13. Bednoun

    the superficial earthwork, or ballast, of a railroad

  14. Bednoun

    the flat part of the press, on which the form is laid

  15. Bedverb

    to place in a bed

  16. Bedverb

    to make partaker of one's bed; to cohabit with

  17. Bedverb

    to furnish with a bed or bedding

  18. Bedverb

    to plant or arrange in beds; to set, or cover, as in a bed of soft earth; as, to bed the roots of a plant in mold

  19. Bedverb

    to lay or put in any hollow place, or place of rest and security, surrounded or inclosed; to embed; to furnish with or place upon a bed or foundation; as, to bed a stone; it was bedded on a rock

  20. Bedverb

    to dress or prepare the surface of stone) so as to serve as a bed

  21. Bedverb

    to lay flat; to lay in order; to place in a horizontal or recumbent position

  22. Bedverb

    to go to bed; to cohabit

Freebase

  1. Bed

    A bed is a piece of furniture used as a place to sleep or relax. It has a secondary use as a location to engage in sexual relations. Most modern beds consist of a mattress on a bed frame, with the mattress resting either on a solid base, often wooden slats, or a sprung base. In North America many beds include a box spring inner-sprung base, a large mattress-sized box containing wood and springs that provide additional support and suspension for the mattress. Most beds have a headboard for resting against, with others also having side rails and footboards. "Headboard only" beds often incorporate a "dust ruffle", "bed skirt", or "valance sheet" to hide the bed frame. For greater head support, most people use a pillow, placed on the top of a mattress. Also used is some form of covering blanket to insulate the sleeper, often bed sheets, a quilt, or a duvet, collectively referred to as bedding. Bedding is the removable non-furniture portion of a sleeping environment. A bed can be thought of as a body, and the bedding its clothing. Also, some people prefer to dispense with the box spring and bed frame, and replace it with a platform bed style. This is more common in Europe, Australia and Japan.

Chambers 20th Century Dictionary

  1. Bed

    bed, n. a couch or place to sleep on: a plot in a garden: a place in which anything rests, in carpentry, architecture, &c.: conjugal union, the marriage-bed, matrimonial rights and duties: the channel of a river: (geol.) a layer or stratum.—v.t. to place in bed, as a couple after a wedding: to provide a bed, or to make a bed, for: to sow or plant: to lay in layers.—v.i. to cohabit or use the same bed with another:—pr.p. bed′ding; pa.p. bed′ded.—ns. Bed′chamber (see Bed′room); Bed′ding, a collective name for the mattress, bed-clothes, &c., also litter for cattle.—adj. Bed′fast, confined to bed.—ns. Bed′fellow, a sharer of the same bed; Bed′maker, the name at Cambridge and elsewhere for those who make the beds and sweep the rooms in college; Bed′-of-hon′our, the grave of a soldier who has fallen in battle; Bed′-of-jus′tice (Fr. lit. de justice), the king's throne in the Parlement of Paris, also a sitting at which the king was present, chiefly for the registration of his own decrees; Bed′plate (mech.), the foundation plate of an engine, lathe, &c.; Bed′post, a post forming an angle of a bedstead, often in former days high enough to support a canopy; Bed′presser (Shak.), a heavy, lazy fellow.—adjs. Bed′rid, Bed′ridden, confined to bed by age or sickness: worn out.—ns. Bed′right (Shak.), the privilege of the marriage-bed; Bed′rock, the solid rock underneath superficial formations; Bed′room, a room in which there is a bed: a sleeping apartment—Bedchamber was the earlier form.—n.pl. Bed′-sores, painful ulcers that often arise in a long confinement to bed, esp. over the bony prominences of the body—the lower parts of the spine, the haunch bones, the heel, and the elbow.—ns. Bed′-staff, a staff or stick formerly used about a bed, in old times a handy weapon, whence perhaps the phrase, 'in the twinkling of a bed-staff;' Bed′stead, a frame for supporting a bed; Bed′straw, the name applied to a genus of the Rubiaceæ, of which eleven species are found in England, the most familiar our Lady's Bedstraw, or Yellow Bedstraw (Galium verum), sometimes called Cheese Rennet from its property of curdling milk; Bed′swerver (Shak.), one who is false to his marriage vow; Bed′tick, the case in which feathers, hair, chaff, &c. are put for bedding.—adv. Bed′ward, in the direction of bed: towards bedtime.—n. Bed′work (Shak.), work easily performed, as if done in bed.—Bed and board, food and lodging: full connubial relations; Bed of down, or roses, any easy or comfortable place.—Lords of the Bedchamber, twelve officers in the British royal household who wait in turn upon the sovereign's person; in the reign of a queen the office is performed by ladies.—To be brought to bed, to be confined in child-birth (wi

Dictionary of Nautical Terms

  1. bed

    Flat thick pieces of wood, lodged under the quarters of casks containing any liquid, and stowed in a ship's hold, in order to keep them bilge-free; being steadied upon the beds by means of wedges called quoins. The impression made by a ship's bottom on the mud on having been left by an ebb-tide. The bite made in the ground by the fluke of an anchor. A kind of false deck, or platform, placed on those decks where the guns were too low for the ports.--Bed of a gun-carriage, or stool-bed. The piece of wood between the cheeks or brackets which, with the intervention of the quoin, supports the breech of the gun. It is itself supported, forward, on the bed-bolt, and aft, generally with the intervention of an elevating-screw, on the rear axle-tree.

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British National Corpus

  1. Spoken Corpus Frequency

    Rank popularity for the word 'BED' in Spoken Corpus Frequency: #651

  2. Written Corpus Frequency

    Rank popularity for the word 'BED' in Written Corpus Frequency: #500

  3. Nouns Frequency

    Rank popularity for the word 'BED' in Nouns Frequency: #214

Anagrams for BED »

  1. DBE

  2. deb, Deb, DEB

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of BED in Chaldean Numerology is: 2

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of BED in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2

Examples of BED in a Sentence

  1. David Greenfield:

    The analogy that I use is right before they go to bed, the last thing they do before they pass out is check their phone and the minute they open their eyes, they check their phone, doesn't that sound like a smoker? This is what we used to hear with smokers is that the last thing they would do before they go to bed is they'd have their last cigarette.

  2. Andrew Young:

    On the soft bed of luxury many kingdoms have expired.

  3. James Longon:

    Tinged with scandal, this 147-bed dermatological hospital in Rome has bad morale, inefficient administration and $24 million in unpaid vendor bills.

  4. Charles Augustus Lindbergh, Jr.:

    Any coward can sit in his home and criticize a pilot for flying into a mountain in a fog. But I would rather, by far, die on a mountainside than in bed. What kind of man would live where there is no daring And is life so dear that we should blame men for dying in adventure Is there a better way to die

  5. Billionaire Mark Cuban:

    As long as you’ve got a little room under your bed.

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