edwīt-scype

edwīt-scype, m.n: cowardice. (ED-weet-SHUP-eh)

A lion cowers before a cockerel in a 13th-century bestiary produced in York. Oxford, St John’s College, MS 61. [sjc.ox.ac.uk]

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