ūht-floga

ūht-floga, m.n: a creature that flies in the early morning. (OO’HT-FLOG-ah / ˈuːht-ˌflɔ-ga)

dragon and dragonfly
Lovell Lectionary. England (probably Glastonbury), c. 1400 – c. 1410. British Library, Harley MS 7026, f. 13r.

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