tīgan, wk.v: to tie. (TEE-gahn / ˈtiː-gan)

Medieval manuscript illustration of two giant rabbits tying up a dog’s jaws and forelegs with ropes.
Smithfield Decretals; S France (probably Toulouse), c. 1300-40; British Library, Royal MS 10 E IV, f. 62v. [bl.uk]

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