mete, m.n: food. (MEH-tuh / ˈmɛ-tə)

Medieval manuscript image of five people including a man wearing a crown standing behind a long, narrow table covered with dishes containing food and drink.
Lancelot-Grail (Prose Vulgate Cycle); N France (Saint-Omer or Tournai), 1316; British Library, Add MS 10293, f. 376r. []

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