To supply with necessities and financially support a person. (verb)
Care, notice (noun)
The main tower of a castle or fortress, located within the castle walls. (noun)
The food or money required to keep someone alive and healthy; one's support, maintenance. (noun)
Examples of word keep
In case of falling into the water, the chief thing to do is to try to keep calm and to _keep your hands below your chin_.
He returns in haalf an hour with everything I need, and brings back this book which I keep, -- remember, gentlemen, which I _keep_, -- a mark of confidence which in this degen'rate age is refreshin '.
If we are to _be_ in Christ when we are in Ephesus, we need to keep ourselves separate and faithful, and to _keep ourselves_ in
Once, when I was very weak with sea-sickness and wanted to keep down a dinner which I had just eaten, they insisted upon it, that, if I would only put into my mouth a piece of fat pork, and _keep it there_, my dinner would stay in its place.
Berwickshire every hind was allowed to keep a few hens; and some of them actually removed for the sake of the _hen's keep_.