fēond

fēond, m.n: enemy, foe; fiend, the Devil. (FAY-ond / ˈfeːɔnd)

Medieval manuscript illustration of a haloed man sitting on a hillock with a tall, four-winged, long tailed, talon-toed devil before him; the holy man extends one hand to the devil, the other holding a scroll with Latin writing.
Psalter; England (Oxford), c. 1200-1225; British Library, Arundel MS 157, f. 5v. [bl.uk]

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