gūþ-floga

gūþ-floga, m.n: one that flies to battle, a dragon. (GOOTH-FLO-ga)

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Alexander the Great battling winged dragons with emeralds in their foreheads. Le livre et la vraye hystoire du bon roy Alixandre. France (Paris), c. 1420-c. 1425. British Library, Royal MS 20 B XX, f. 73r. [blogs.bl.uk]

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