æppel-tūn, m.n: orchard. (AP-pell-TOON / ˈæp-pɛl-ˌtuːn)

Royal 14 E.VI, f.28
A man labouring in an orchard: Petrus de Crescentiis’s Ruralia commoda in French translation. S. Netherlands (Bruges), c. 1478 – c. 1480. British Library, Royal 14 E VI, fol. 28r. [bl.uk]

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