hūðe, f.n: prey, spoil, booty. (HOO-thuh / ˈhuː-θə)

A peregrine falcon devouring its prey. English birds from ‘The Ormesby Psalter’. England (East Anglia), c. 1300. Bodleian Library, Douce MS. 366, f. 38r.

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