symbel-wynn, f.n: ‘feast-joy’, pleasure or delight in feasting. (SUEM-bell-WUEN / ˈsym-bɛl-ˌwyn)

Illustration from Lancelot du Lac, or Prose Lancelot. Northeast France (Arras?), 1300-1380. British Library, Royal MS 20 D IV, fol. 1r. []

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