olfend, m.n: camel. (OL-vend / ˈɔl-vɛnd)

Medieval manuscript image of a brown, two-humped camel, with a couple of trees in the background.
Jacob van Maerlant’s Der Naturen Bloeme. Flanders/Utrecht, 15th century. The Hague, Koninklijke Bibliotheek, KB, 76 E 4, f. 9r. [bestiary.ca]

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