bearn-cennicge, n: mother (literally ‘child-creator’ or ‘one who brings forth children’). (BEH-arn-CHEN-ni-juh / ˈbɛarn-ˌtʃɛn-nɪ-dʒə)

Medieval manuscript image of the Virgin Mary crowned and seated upon a throne with a haloed Christ child on her lap; in the woman’s right hand is a gold ball with a plant-like growth coming out of it; they sit within a frame of a colourful architectural structure with gold curtains behind them.
Shaftesbury Psalter; England, 12th century; British Library, Lansdowne MS 383, f. 165v. []