god, n.n: God, a god. (GOD / ˈgɔd)

Medieval manuscript image of a grey-bearded man wearing a golden robe and crown with a halo, framed in a blue mandorla, around which is an arch of intricate foliate decorations.
The Trinity Gospels; England, early 11th century; Cambridge, Trinity College, MS B.10.4, f. 16v. [mss-cat.trin.cam.ac.uk]

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