rǣde

rǣde, f.n: a reading, lesson. (RAE-duh / ˈræː-də)

This week’s Wordhord Wednesday post is on strong cities, clews and the world’s end. Read it on Patreon.

Medieval manuscript image of a rabbit reading from a book with a fox crouched on its back.
Arthurian Romances; France, c. 1275-1300; Yale University Library, Beinecke MS 229, f. 133v. [collections.library.yale.edu]

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