Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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1. braut (noun f.)

‘path, way; away’

sourcefreq.total
ONP (prose citations):65721428
SkP: 52127911
Malfong.is (prose):2241392394

forms: braut, *braut, brauta, brautar, Braut f sg, brautin, brautina, brautinni, Braut, brauiu, bruta?, brautar, brautir, brꜹt, braut, brautu, braut, braut, *braut, brꜹto, brto, brꜹtir, brót, brt, brot, brtir

ungrouped:
Anon Heildr 7VII l. 8: braut ‘way’
Anon Hsv 6VII l. 2: brautu ‘the road’
Anon Hsv 6VII l. 2 [variant]: braut ‘’
Kálf Kátr 29VII l. 2: braut ‘away’
Anon Leið 8VII l. 3: brautar ‘of the path’
Anon Mdr 28VII l. 8: braut ‘away’
Anon Mdr 32VII l. 5: Braut ‘away’
Anon Mv III 24VII l. 1: braut ‘away’
Anon Pét 14VII l. 8: brautar ‘of the path’
Anon Pét 19VII l. 2: brauta ‘paths’
Anon Pét 46VII l. 1: brautir ‘the paths’
Anon Pét 51VII l. 5: brautu ‘away’
Anon Pl 10VII l. 1: Braut ‘away’
Anon Pl 15VII l. 5: *braut ‘abroad’
Anon Pl 22VII l. 8: braut ‘away’
Anon Pl 27VII l. 7: braut ‘taken’
Anon Ól 3I l. 1: braut ‘away’
Anon Ól 5I l. 4: braut ‘down’
Bjbp Jóms 33I l. 3: braut ‘away’
ESk Geisl 23VII l. 5: brautir ‘paths’
ESk Hardr II 2II l. 4: braut ‘away’
ESk Øxfl 5III l. 8: brautar ‘of the road’
ESk Øxfl 8III l. 6: brautar ‘road’
EVald Þórr 2III l. 1: brautar ‘road’
Eil Þdr 1III l. 6: brautir ‘paths’
Eil Þdr 20III l. 4: brautar ‘path’
Eil Þdr 20III l. 7: brautar ‘road’
Anon Lil 19VII l. 3: braut ‘away’
Gamlkan Has 5VII l. 5: brautar ‘path’
Gsind Hákdr 6I l. 7 [variant]: braut ‘’
Refr Giz 3III l. 2: brautar ‘of the path’
Hfr ErfÓl 9I l. 1: brautar ‘of the road’
Hfr ErfÓl 22I l. 4: braut ‘’
Hfr Óldr 3I l. 7 [variant]: braut ‘’
OBarr Frag 1III l. 4: brautar ‘road’
Ótt Hfl 18I l. 1: Braut ‘away’
Rv Lv 3II l. 7: braut ‘way’
Sigv Austv 15I l. 7: brautir ‘ways’
SnSt Ht 6III l. 2: braut ‘road’
Þhorn Gldr 1I l. 4: brautar ‘road’
Þhorn Gldr 2I l. 8: brautar ‘road’
Þhorn Gldr 8I l. 8: brautar ‘path’
Þorm Lv 20I l. 5: Braut ‘away’
Anon (TGT) 30III l. 1: Braut ‘away’
Þul Women 1III l. 1: Braut ‘away’
ǪrvOdd Ævdr 22VIII (Ǫrv 92) l. 8: braut ‘away’
Bragi Þórr 4III l. 2: brautar ‘of the road’
Anon Brúðv 5VII l. 2: brauta ‘of the roads’
Anon Brúðv 21VII l. 1 [variant]: braut ‘’
Neri Frag 1VIII (Gautr 7) l. 7: braut ‘away’
StarkSt Vík 29VIII (Gautr 37) l. 2: brautir ‘ways’
Herv Lv 3VIII (Heiðr 16) l. 4: braut ‘away’
Keth Lv 18VIII (Ket 31) l. 5: brautu ‘the road’

compounds:
Anon Pét 19VII, l. 2: dagbrauta ‘of the day-paths’
ESk Geisl 23VII, l. 5: Sjónbrautir ‘sight-paths’
ESk Øxfl 8III, l. 6: hrynbrautar ‘resounding road’
Eil Þdr 20III, l. 4: arinbrautar ‘of the hearth-stone-path’
Gamlkan Has 5VII, l. 5: hábrautar ‘of the high path’
Gsind Hákdr 6I, l. 7: valbraut ‘of the slaughter’
OBarr Frag 1III, l. 4: vagnbrautar ‘of the wagon-road’
SnSt Ht 6III, l. 2: slíðrbraut ‘along the scabbard-road’
Þhorn Gldr 1I, l. 4: vébrautar ‘of the standard-road’
Þhorn Gldr 2I, l. 8: vébrautar ‘of the standard-road’
Þhorn Gldr 8I, l. 8: lœbrautar ‘of the pollack-path’

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