Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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bót (noun f.)

ONP (prose citations):147722581
SkP: 19127911 (prose):1051392394

forms: bótum, bótir, bot, bót f sg, bótar, bótin, bótina, but, botar, bótanna, bóta m pl, bótunum, bætur, bœtr, bꝍttar, bǫtr, botom, bętr

Anon Heil 18VII l. 8: bótar ‘’
Anon Mdr 8VII l. 4: bót ‘remedy’
Anon Mdr 26VII l. 6: bót ‘the remedy’
Anon Mdr 41VII l. 8: bót ‘cure’
Anon Mgr 47VII l. 7: bótar ‘’
Anon Mv I 20VII l. 7: bót ‘help’
Anon Mv II 1VII l. 3: bót ‘improvement]’
Anon Sól 68VII l. 5: bótum ‘compensations’
Gamlkan Has 1VII l. 7: bót ‘the remedy’
Gamlkan Has 3VII l. 8: bót ‘amendment’
Gamlkan Has 48VII l. 4: bót ‘amends’
GunnLeif Merl I 103VIII (Bret 171) l. 8: bót ‘remedy’
HSt Rst 30I l. 2: bótir ‘from remedying’
Hfr ErfÓl 26aI l. 8: bótir ‘compensation’
Hfr ErfÓl 26aI l. 8 [variant]: bóta ‘’
Skúli Svǫlðr 2III l. 4: bót ‘renown’
Anon (TGT) 15III l. 2: bót ‘’
Anon (FoGT) 11III l. 2: bót ‘penance’
Anon (FoGT) 38III l. 1: bót ‘the remedy’

Anon Heil 18VII, l. 8: heilsubótar ‘the healing’
Anon Mgr 47VII, l. 7: heilsubótar ‘for a cure’
Anon Mv II 1VII, l. 3: bragarbót ‘to the poetic improvement [lit. poem’s improvement]’
Gamlkan Has 3VII, l. 8: siðabót ‘moral amendment’
Gamlkan Has 48VII, l. 4: siðabót ‘moral amends’
Skúli Svǫlðr 2III, l. 4: aldrbót ‘ renown’
Anon (TGT) 15III, l. 2: aldrbót ‘fame’

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