feoh, n.n: cattle, livestock; property, wealth, money; value, price, fee; name of the F-rune ᚠ. (FEH-oh / ˈfɛɔx)

Medieval manuscript image of a red cow nursing her calf.
Ashmole Bestiary. England (Peterborough?), early 13th century. Bodleian Library, MS Ashmole 1511, f. 30v. [bestiary.ca]

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