wǣd

wǣd, f/n.n: article of dress, garment; (in plural) clothing. (WADD / ˈwæːd)

Medieval manuscript illustration of a barefoot man wearing raggedy shorts and cloak, midriff exposed, holding a stick with a face in one hand and a round bread loaf in the other; he looks out from behind the bread with a concerned expression on his face, a small dog looking up at him.
Guyart des Moulins’ Bible historiale; France (Paris), 1356-7; British Library, Royal MS 17 E VII vol 1, f. 241r. [bl.uk]

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