ofer-weder

ofer-weder, n.n: storm, tempest. (OV-er-WEH-der / ˈɔ-vɛr-ˌwɛ-dɛr)

Medieval manuscript illustration of a mitre-wearing, crozier-carrying bishop raising his right hand to a ship packed with concerned-looking men; the ship is sailing on choppy waves that become smoother closer to the bishop.
St Nicholas calming a storm in the Queen Mary Psalter; England (London/Westminster or East Anglia?), 1310-1320; British Library, Royal 2 B VII, f. 318r. [bl.uk]

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