BETI'DE, verb transitive preterit tense betid, or betided; participle passive betid. [be and tide.]
To happen; to befall; to come to; used of good or evil.
What will betide the few?
BETI'DE, verb intransitive To come to pass; to happen.
What news else betideth here?
Shakespeare has used it with of. What would betide of thee? but this is unusual or improper.