ān-būend, m.n: hermit (‘one-dweller’). (AHN-BOO-end / ˈaːn-ˌbuːɛnd)

Medieval manuscript image of a man in a black cloak sleeping in the entryway to a cave; an angel flies overhead gesturing towards him, and the word ‘molestias’ is written on the grassy hill.
Smithfield Decretals; S France, c. 1300-1340; British Library, Royal MS 10 E IV, f. 136v. [bl.uk]

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