hnappian

hnappian, wk.v: to nap, doze, sleep lightly; to sleep. (HNAP-pee-ahn)

St Patrick napping on a knoll, with a figure on the right holding a book. Wauchier de Denain’s Lives of the Saints. France (Paris), 2nd quarter of the 13th century. London, British Library, MS Royal 20 D VI, f. 213v. [bl.uk]

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