ēage, n.n: eye. (AY-ah-yuh / ˈeːa-jə)

Medieval manuscript image of a diagram of a face in profile, with a large eye in the centre, around which are rings with different labels in Latin; further layers are labelled around the back of the skull.
Medical miscellany, including the ‘book of Macharias on the eye called Salaracer or secret of secrets’; England, late 14th or early 15th century; British Library, Sloane 981, f. 68r. [bl.uk]

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