rīpan, str.v: to reap, cut corn; (metaphorically) to derive advantage. (REE-pahn)

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0919 ripan

Psalter of Eleanor of Aquitaine. France, c. 1185. Hague, Koninklijke Bibliotheek, KW 76 F 13, f. 8v. [kb.nl]

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