frēond

frēond, m.n: friend. (FRAY-ond / ˈfreːɔnd)

Medieval manuscript image of two bird-like heads with long beaks; one head is at the end of a long narrow neck which joins a pair of hairy animal legs, the haunch of which is actually the other head.
Romans arthuriens; N France, 1270-90; Bibliothèque nationale de France, Département des Manuscrits, Français 95, f. 318r. [gallica.bnf.fr]

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