rāh-dēor, n.n: roe-buck, roe deer. (RA’H-DAY-or / ˈraːx-ˌdeːɔr)

Medieval manuscript image of a family of deer; the buck stands tall with antlers and a hairy chin, a fawn curled up before him, while the doe bends her neck to lick the back of a nursing fawn; another, smaller buck is in the background.
Bestiary; England, 1226-50; Bodleian Library, MS. Bodl. 764, f. 20r. [digital.bodleian.ox.ac.uk]

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