The Collaborative International Dictionary
Shiel \Shiel\, n.
A sheeling. [Scot.]
n. 1 A shepherd's hut or shieling. 2 A cottage.
Usage examples of "shiel".
Shiel seemed the most angry, but Aril and Ooryl insulated him from the individuals on either side so no violence broke out.
SHIEL received an Oriental mail-order bride for his future-war novel The Seven-Hundred-Dollar Hammer (1898).