feþer, f.n: feather; quill, pen. (FEH-ther / ˈfɛ-θɛr)

Medieval manuscript image of a stork with long brown tail feathers taking a step and eating a very long worm that is hanging out of its beak.
Stork in Gerald of Wales’s Topography of Ireland; N England (Lincoln?), c. 1196-c.1223; British Library, Royal 13 B VIII, f. 9v. [bl.uk]

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