lēaf-helmig

lēaf-helmig, adj: having a leafy top, having leafy tresses. (LAY-ahv-HELL-mih / ˈleːav-ˌhɛl-mɪj)

Medieval manuscript image of a king and his men kneeling and praying before two trees, one with a sun on it and one with a moon on it, to which a standing figure gestures.
Roman d’Alexandre; England, 1333-c. 1340; British Library, Royal MS 19 D I, f. 32r. [bl.uk]

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