hnātan, str.v: to strike together, clash. (H’NAH-tahn / ˈhnaː-tan)

Medieval manuscript image of a rosy-cheeked youth wearing a red tunic and green stockings, beating a hand drum with a mallet.
Book of Hours; N France (Saint-Omer or Thérouanne), c. 1318-1325; British Library, Add MS 36684, f. 6v. []

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