bid (v.), past form bade 1
command, order, enjoin, tell
AW II.i.108 [Helena to King, of her father's prescriptions] one ... / He bade me store up
AYL I.ii.58 [Touchstone to Celia, and possibly to Rosalind] I was bid to come for you
H5 II.ii.118 [King Henry to Scroop, of a devil] he that tempered thee bade thee stand up
H8 III.ii.248 [Wolsey to all, of the seal] The King ... / Bade me enjoy it
H8 III.ii.81 [Cromwell to Wolsey, of King Henry] You he bade / Attend him here this morning
JC I.ii.106 [Cassius to Brutus, of Caesar and the Tiber] I plunged in / And bade him follow
JC III.i.125 [Servant to Brutus, of Antony] thus he bade me say
TC IV.v.71 [Aeneas to Greeks, of how the field is to be ordered] Hector bade ask
Tem I.ii.194 [Prospero to Ariel] Hast thou, spirit, / Performed to point the tempest that I bade thee?
Tem I.ii.219 [Ariel to Prospero] as thou bad'st me
TN I.v.47 [Feste to Olivia] The lady bade take away the fool
TN II.iii.94 [Malvolio to Sir Toby] My lady bade me tell you
TN III.i.104 [Olivia to Viola as Cesario, of Orsino] I bade you never speak again of him
TS I.ii.37 [Petruchio to Hortensio, of Grumio] I bade the rascal knock upon your gate