dēaþ-wērig

dēaþ-wērig, adj: ‘death-weary’, dead. (DAY-ath-WAY-ree / ˈdeːaθ-ˌweː-ɹɪj)

dying
Pulling the soul out. Matfre Ermengau, Breviari d’amor, Occitania 14th century. BnF, Français 857, fol. 197v.

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