hearm-tān

hearm-tān, m.n: ‘sorrow-twig’, branches of evil or strife. (HEH-arm-TAHN / ˈhɛaɹm-ˌtaːn)

Cain striking Abel in the “Taymouth Hours” (British Library, MS Yates-Thompson 13, fol. 28r).

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