gēotend-ǣder, f.n: vein, artery. (YAY-oh-tend-ADD-er / ˈjeːɔ-tɛnd-ˌæː-dɛr)

Medieval manuscript page with a diagram of a man with various red lines drawn from different parts of his body (head to toe) to explanatory text in Latin.
Illustration of a vein man in a compendium of learned medical texts, late 13th century; Wellcome Collection, MS.536, f. 2r. [wellcomecollection.org]

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