nacod, adj: naked, bare. (NA-kod / ˈna-kɔd)

Medieval manuscript image of two women clothed in long dresses observing a red-winged horse flying over nine women in an outdoor bath; the bathing women are naked except for the wimples on their heads.
Christine de Pizan’s ‘Le Livre du chemin de long estude’ in the Book of the Queen; France, c.1410-c.1414; British Library, Harley MS 4431, f. 183r. []

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