wōr-hana, m.n: a pheasant. (“wohr-hah-nah”)
Image: Detail from the border at the lower edge of the page: angels with an icon of the Virgin and Child, a pheasant and a peacock. England, S. (probably Glastonbury); between c. 1400 and c. 1410. London, British Library, MS Harley 7026, fol. 5. Public domain image from the British Library.