hinder-hōc

hinder-hōc, m.n: wicked or concealed snare. (HIN-der-HOAK)

Richard de Fournival, Bestiaire d’amour. France (Paris), 13th to 14th century. Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale de France, fr. 1951, f. 30r. [bestiary.ca]

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