wīd-floga

wīd-floga, m.n: wide-flier, one that takes wide flights. (WEED-FLOH-ga / ˈwiːd-ˌflɔ-ga)

Medieval manuscript image of five yellowish birds flying towards another bird walking on the ground and looking up at them; another bird in the air flies the opposite direction.
Bestiary; N Italy, c. 1290; Morgan Library & Museum, MS M.459, f. 18v. [ica.themorgan.org]

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