bāt

bāt, m.n: boat. (BAWT / ˈbaːt)

Medieval manuscript image of five armoured men with spears and shields in two boats with full sails at sea; one of the men wears a gold crown.
Les Grandes chroniques de France; France (Paris), 14th century; British Library, Royal 16 G. vi, f. 437v. [bl.uk]

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