Weasand means: The Middle English word wesand comes from the Old High German weisunt, which means windpipe. Wesand and wezand are sometimes used interchangeably.
(in Medical Dictionary)

What else does Weasand mean?

Weasand: 1. The windpipe trachea. 2. The throat can be cut looser. Cut his weasand using thy knife. The Tempest by Shakespeare.
(in Medical Dictionary)

Or the gullet.
(in Merlin Dictionary)