ge-sacu

ge-sacu, f.n: contention, hostility. (yeh-SAH-kuh / jɛ-ˈsa-kʌ)

Medieval manuscript image of a king watching a soldier stab another soldier with his sword, and a man with a halo being speared by another man, all depicted within a letter C.
Nestor slaying Lyaeus in a 12th-century English lectionary; British Library, Arundel MS 91, f. 107r. [bl.uk]

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