solian

solian, wk.v: to make or to become foul. (SOLL-ee-on)

harleyms2805

A page which bears the scars of vigorous scraping, which have become ingrained with dirt over the years. Bible, Central France (Tours), 1st half of the 9th century. British Library, Harley MS 2805, f. 149r. [blogs.bl.uk]

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