ān-hyrne

ān-hyrne, adj: one-horned, having a single horn; (used as substantive) unicorn. (AHN-HUER-nuh / ˈaːn-ˌhyr-nə)

Medieval manuscript illustration of a king looking down upon a grey unicorn with a very long horn who faces a lion; the lion and unicorn are quite small relative to the king.
Les Grandes chroniques de France; France (Paris), 1332-1350; British Library, Royal MS 16 G VI, f. 9r. [bl.uk]

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