flǣsc-ǣt

flǣsc-ǣt, m.n: flesh food, the eating of flesh. (FLASH-AT / ˈflæːʃ-ˌæːt)

meat
Gerald of Wales’s Topographia Hibernica, England (Lincoln?), c. 1196 – c. 1223. British Library, Royal 13 B. viii, f. 28v.

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