fȳr

fȳr, n.n: fire, hearth. (FUER / ˈfyːr)

A badly damaged piece of medieval parchment attached to modern paper; what remains of the parchment has an illustration of a red-orange lion.
Otho-Corpus Gospels, badly damaged in the Ashburnham House fire of 1731; N England (Northumbria), late 7th-early 8th century; British Library, Cotton MS Otho C V, f. 27r. [bl.uk]

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