wyn-weorod

wyn-weorod, n.n: chorus (lit. joy-troop, joy-band). (WUN-WEH-or-odd / ˈwɝn-ˌwɛɔ-ɹɔd)

Medieval manuscript image of seven women in gold crowns standing close together and holding books; above them, the word CHORUS is written in gold.
Benedictional of St Æthelwold. England (Winchester), 963-984. British Library, Add MS 49598, f. 1v. [bl.uk]

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