þēotan, str.v: to howl like a wolf. (THAY-oh=tahn / ˈθeːɔ-tan)

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Scenes from the Irish legend of the wolf that talked with the priest of Ulster, recorded by Gerald of Wales. England, c. 1196-1223. British Library, Royal MS 13 B VIII, fol. 17v. [bl.uk]

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