bōsig, m.n: cattle-stall, crib, manger. (BO-zih / ˈboː-zɪj)

Medieval manuscript image of the Nativity; Mary casts her eyes down as she lies reclined, Joseph sits behind her with a crook in one hand and the other hand raised, and there is a manger holding a swaddled baby Jesus, with a very attentive cow and donkey sticking their noses up close to him.
Gospel Lectionary; France (Paris), late 13th century; British Library, Add MS 17341, f. 10r. [bl.uk]

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