un-weder, n.n: bad weather. (UN-WEH-der / ˈʌn-ˌwɛ-dɛr)

Dante’s Divina Commedia, a scene from Canto VI, the third circle (rain, hail, wind, snow), where Virgil flings earth into the jaws of Cerberus. Tuscany, 1440s. British Library, MS Yates Thompson 36, f. 11r. [blogs.bl.uk]

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