on-fōn, str.v: to take; to receive; to accept. (on-PHONE / ɔn-ˈfoːn)

Medieval manuscript image of an arm reaching to the left and grasping the fleur-de-lis shaped marginal decoration.
Rutland Psalter; England, c. 1260; British Library, Add MS 62925, f. 40r. [bl.uk]

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