ge-hūsscype

ge-hūsscype, m.n: a house, household, family. (yeh-HOOS-SHUH-peh / jɛ-ˈhuːs-ˌʃɝ-pɛ)

Medieval manuscript image of three men and a young boy sitting around a table with plates of fish and a jug.
Crusader Bible. France (Paris), c. 1244-1254. Morgan Library & Museum, MS M.638, f. 31v. [themorgan.org]

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