mere-strengu, f.n: strength in the sea, strength for swimming. (MEH-ruh-STRENG-guh / ˈmɛ-rə-ˌstrɛŋ-gʌ)

Medieval manuscript image of two fish facing opposite directions, connected mouth-to-mouth by a curving line.
Astronomical-computistic encyclopedia. Switzerland (St Gallen), late 9th century. St Gallen, Stiftsbibliothek, Cod. Sang. 250, p. 492. []

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