tungol-gimm, m.n: a starry gem, a star. (TUNG-goll-YIM / ˈtʌŋ-gɔl-ˌjɪm)

Richard de Saint-Laurent, De laudibus beatae mariae Virginis. France (Paris), c. 1275-1325. Wellesley College, Margaret Clapp Library (Special Collections), MS 19, f. 90v. [beyondwords2016.org]

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