āc-melu

āc-melu, n.n: acorn-meal. (AHK-MEH-luh / ˈaːk-ˌmɛ-lʌ)

Harvesting acorn to feed swine, Royal 2 B VII f.81v, 1310-1320. From blog post about rural life during the Middle Ages on the British Library website.

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