dryht

dryht, f.n: a people, multitude, army; (in plural) men. (DRUE’HT / ˈdryxt)

The armies of David and Absalom meet in a fierce battle. The Morgan Picture Bible. France (northern), c. 1250. The J. Paul Getty Museum, MS Ludwig I 6.

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