sealf

sealf, f.n: salve, ointment. [SAY-alf]

O.1.20, ff.271v/272r

From an Anglo-Norman translation of the Chirurgia Practica of Roger of Salerno. Early 13th century. Cambridge, Trinity College Library, MS O.1.20, f. 272r. [trin.cam.ac.uk]

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