swǣsende

swǣsende, n.n: food, victuals. (SWAE-zen-duh / ˈswæː-zɛn-də)

Medieval manuscript illustration inside a letter C depicting a group of people standing behind a dining table bearing a fish, knife and goblet.
James le Palmer’s Omne Bonum. England (London), c. 1360-c. 1375. British Library, Royal 6 E VI, f. 264v. [bl.uk]

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