lencten-eorþe, f.n: earth or ground ploughed in the spring. (LENK-ten-EH-or-thuh / ˈlɛnk-tɛn-ˌɛɔr-θə)

Latin writing in a medieval manuscript, beneath which is an illustration of two pairs of yoked oxen pulling a plough, which is being guided by a man with a rather cross expression on his face; another man holds a long whip over the wide-eyed cattle.
Luttrell Psalter; N England (Lincolnshire), 1325-40; British Library, Add MS 42130, f. 170r. [bl.uk]

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