strand, strond (n.)
shore, land, region
1H4 I.i.4 [King Henry to all] new broils / To be commenced in strands afar remote
2H4 I.i.62 [Northumberland to Lord Bardolph, of Morton's expression] So looks the strand whereon the imperious flood / Hath left a witnessed usurpation
Luc 1436 [of Trojans in a painting of Troy] from the strand of Dardan where they fought
MV I.i.171 [Bassanio to Antonio, of Portia's golden hair] Which makes her seat of Belmont Colchos' strond
TS I.i.167 [Lucentio to Tranio, of Jove] When with his knees he kissed the Cretan strand