ge-fēre

ge-fēre, adj: easy of access. (yeh-VAY-ruh / jɛ-ˈveː-rə)

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Medieval manuscript image of a tonsured monk leading a horse pulling a two wheeled cart across a bridge; the hand of God points down from the clouds to the reliquary in the cart, and four fish swim in the river beneath the bridge.
Miscellany on the life of St Edmund; England (Bury St Edmunds), c. 1130; Morgan Library & Museum, MS M.736, f. 20v. [themorgan.org]

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