for-cwolstan, wk.v: to swallow down. (for-KWOLL-stahn / fɔr-ˈkwɔl-stan)

Medieval manuscript image of a large fish with a gaping mouth about to swallow three unwitting smaller fish who are swimming right towards it.
Bestiary; England, 13th century; British Library, Sloane 3544, f. 42v. []

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