hēah-strengþu

hēah-strengþu, f.n: great strength. (HAY-ah-STRENG-thuh / ˈheːah-ˌstɹɛŋ-θʌ)

Medieval manuscript image of a blue-robed man with long hair using his bare hands to pull open the jaws of a greyish brown lion.
Rhimebible, Jacob van Maerlant. Utrecht, 1332. The Hague, Koninklijke Bibliotheek, MMW, 10 B 21, f. 46v. [manuscripts.kb.nl]

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