wyndle, f.n: a wound. (WUND-luh / ˈwɝnd-lə)

Medieval manuscript image of an armoured man pierced by three arrows: one through his shield at chest level, one through his shoulder, one through his thigh.
Untitled text by Peter Lombard. France (Paris), 1175-1200. Bibliothèque nationale de France, Latin 14267, f. 89r. [gallica.bnf.fr]

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