inwit-flān

inwit-flān, m.n: a treacherous shaft, evil arrow. (IN-wit-FLAHN / ˈɪn-wɪt-ˌflaːn)

Medieval manuscript image of  a grey-striped cat standing on its hind legs and holding a bow and arrow.
Book of Hours. England (London?), c. 1320-c. 1330. British Library, Harley MS 6563, f. 73v. [bl.uk]

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