cūe mesa

cūe mesa, m.n: cow’s dung. (KOO-eh-MEH-za / ˈkuː-ɛ-ˌmɛ-za)

This week’s Wordhord Wednesday post is about Windsor and its first appearance in writing. Read it on Patreon.

Three knights encounter a bonnacon. Gautier de Coincy, Les Miracles de Nostre-Dame. 13th century. Besançon, Bibliothèque municipale, 0551, f. 10v. [demonagerie.tumblr.com]

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