Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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brak (noun n.)

‘clash, noise’
ONP (prose citations):45721428
SkP: 11127911 (prose):61392394

forms: braks, brak nom n sg, brakið, Brak, brac, brakit, brach, brake, braki

parts: brak (noun n.) ‘clash, noise...’ • tǫgnir (noun m.) • 2reynir (noun m.) ‘tester...’

Anon Gyð 7VII l. 6: brak ‘of the crash’
Eskál Vell 7I l. 5: Brak ‘of the noise’
Hfr ErfÓl 20I l. 2 [variant]: braks ‘’
RvHbreiðm Hl 30III l. 2: brak ‘the crash’
Sigv Nesv 8I l. 2: brak ‘clash’
SnSt Ht 2III l. 2: braks ‘crash’
SnSt Ht 28III l. 3: braks ‘crash’
SnSt Ht 70III l. 4: braks ‘crash’
Keth Lv 21VIII (Ket 37) l. 7: braki ‘the crash’
Innsteinn Innkv 12VIII (Hálf 32) l. 8: braki ‘the din’
Eskál Vell 7I l. 5: Brak-reynir ‘{of the noise’
Eskál Vell 7I l. 5: Brak-tognir ‘{of the noise’

Anon Gyð 7VII, l. 6: brak-Njörðr ‘Njǫrðr {of the crash’
Eskál Vell 7I, l. 5: Brak-Rǫgnir ‘The Rǫgnir {of the noise’
Hfr ErfÓl 20I, l. 2: oddbraks ‘of the point’
Sigv Nesv 8I, l. 2: vápnabrak ‘clash of weapons’
SnSt Ht 2III, l. 2: fleinbraks ‘of spear-crash’
SnSt Ht 28III, l. 3: skjaldbraks ‘with shield-crash’
SnSt Ht 70III, l. 4: oddbraks ‘of the point-crash’

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