bechance (v.)
happen to, befall
3H6 I.iv.6 [York alone, of his sons] God knows what hath bechanced them
Luc 976 [Lucrece as if to time, of Tarquin] Let there bechance him pitiful mischances
MV I.i.38 [Salerio to Antonio, of a ship lost at sea] such a thing bechanced would make me sad
TG I.i.61 [Proteus to Valentine] All happiness bechance to thee