wyn-mǣg, f.n: beloved kinswoman. (WUEN-MAIE / ˈwyn-ˌmæːj)

Medieval manuscript letter F, in which sit the Virgin Mary and the Christ Child; the child gestures to a tree, which bows towards him, while his mother affectionately rests a hand on his shoulder.
James le Palmer’s Omne Bonum; England (London), c. 1360-c. 1375; British Library, Royal 6 E VII, f. 523v. [bl.uk]

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