īor

īor, m.n: name of the IA/IO-rune ᛡ; possibly an eel or a fish. The īor rune is a vertical line that bisects an x. (EE-or / ˈiːɔr)

Medieval manuscript illustration of Noah extending his hands toward a dove flying toward him; he stands on a large boat with animal-headed prows, sailing on waters filled with fishes and eels, while on land a raven pecks at an animal carcass.
Psalter; England (Oxford), between 1212 and 1220; Morgan Library & Museum, MS M.43, f. 9r. [ica.themorgan.org]

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