ēag-duru, f.n: window (lit. ‘eye-door’). (AY-ah-DUH-ruh / ˈeːaj-ˌdʌ-rʌ)

Medieval manuscript image of a woman sitting at a desk, head in hand and eyes closed; there is a table with a pile of books nearby, one of which is open for reading, and to her left is a window of glass roundels.
Christine de Pisan’s Book of the City of Ladies, 15th century; Bibliothèque Nationale de France, Département des Manuscrits, Français 1177, f. 3v. [gallica.bnf.fr]

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