þweora, m.n: crossness, peevishness. (TH’WEH-oh-ra / ˈθwɛɔ-ra)

Medieval manuscript image of the baby Jesus swaddled in blue cloth and lying in a manger where a very peevish-looking sheep and a cow missing its eyes and nose bend over him.
Miniature of the Nativity, probably from a Psalter; N France or S Netherlands, 12th century; British Library, Cotton MS Caligula A VII/1, f. 5r. [bl.uk]

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