fǣr, m.n: sudden or unexpected danger; peril, calamity. (FAER / ˈfæːr)

Medieval manuscript image a two-legged blue and green creature with a dragon-like tail that instead of a head has a single human arm holding an ax.
Book of Hours; Flanders, c. 1300-1310; Walters Art Museum, W.37, f. 187v. [thedigitalwalters.org]

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