Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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brjóta (verb)

‘to break, destroy’

sourcefreq.total
ONP (prose citations):772722581
SkP: 59127911
Malfong.is (prose):3851392394

forms: brauzt*, brauzt, brýzt, brotit, brjótask, brýtk, Braust, Braut sg 3rd pret, Brjóta, Brutu pl 3rd pret, braust sg 3rd pret, brjótast infinitive, brjóti 3rd pres, brjótir sg 2nd pres, brjótið, brjótum pl 1st pres, brotin nom, brotist, brotið n sg pret, brotnir, brutu pl 3rd pret, brutust, bryti 3rd pret, brýst sg 3rd pres, brýtur sg 3rd pres, Brauzt, bre, burtu, brutna, briuti, brýtr, brotnar, brjóttu, braut, brutum, brjóta, brotinn, brotna, brytr, brjót, brotiɴ, brotno, brvto, brꜹt, brꝩti, brotiþ, brotin, brti, brutuð

ungrouped:
Anon Hsv 62VII l. 6: brýtr ‘wrecks’
Anon Mv II 23VII l. 3: brjótum ‘offend’
Anon Mv III 7VII l. 8: brýtr ‘breaks’
Anon Nkt 57II l. 6: brutu ‘broke’
Anon Óldr 14I l. 3: braut ‘destroyed’
Anon Pl 13VII l. 1: brutu ‘broke into’
BjHall Kálffl 5I l. 3: brauzt ‘you raised’
Bjarni Frag 3III l. 1: braut ‘clove’
Bjbp Jóms 34I l. 8: brotit ‘’
ESk Geisl 58VII l. 6: brýtr ‘breaks’
ESk Sigdr I 5II l. 5: braut ‘destroyed’
Edáð Banddr 6I l. 5: brauzt ‘You crushed’
Eil Þdr 5III l. 5: brjóta ‘to open’
Eil Þdr 15III l. 5: braut ‘broke’
Gísl Magnkv 11II l. 8: brutu ‘tested’
Gísl Magnkv 15II l. 5: Braut ‘broke’
Glúmr Gráf 7I l. 1: Braut ‘waged’
GunnLeif Merl II 35VIII (Bret 35) l. 9: brotnar ‘to pieces’
GunnLeif Merl I 57VIII (Bret 125) l. 1: brýtr ‘will destroy’
HSt Rst 5I l. 2: brjóta ‘to destroy’
HSt Frag 4III l. 4: brjótask ‘struggle’
Ill Har 4II l. 1: Brauzt ‘you subjugated’
Mark Lv 1III l. 7: braut ‘broke’
Ótt Hfl 8I l. 1: brauzt ‘broke’
Ótt Knútdr 6I l. 5: braut ‘broke’
Ótt Knútdr 7I l. 3: brauzt ‘you destroyed’
Ótt Óldr 3III l. 1: Braut ‘were broken’
RvHbreiðm Hl 48III l. 4: brjóta ‘he broke’
SnSt Ht 22III l. 4: brjóta ‘to break’
SnSt Ht 26III l. 1: brýtr ‘breaks’
SnSt Ht 59III l. 3: brjóta ‘break’
SnSt Ht 61III l. 5: brýtr ‘breaks’
SnSt Ht 74III l. 5: brjóta ‘break’
SnSt Ht 78III l. 3: brýtr ‘breaks’
SnSt Ht 89III l. 7: brýtr ‘breaks’
SnSt Ht 93III l. 5: brutu ‘broke’
Steinn Nizv 1II l. 7: brutu ‘readied’
Steinn Óldr 5II l. 3: braut ‘broke’
Sturl Hákfl 6II l. 5: brjóta ‘oppose’
Sturl Hákfl 7II l. 1: brjóta ‘be broken’
Þdís Þórr 2III l. 2: brauzt ‘you broke’
Þham Magndr 2II l. 3: brutu ‘broke’
Þhorn Harkv 17I l. 5: brjóta ‘break’
Þjóð Yt 14I l. 11 [variant]: brotna ‘’
ÞjóðA Sex 20II l. 6: brutu ‘broke’
ÞjóðA Sex 25II l. 8: brjóta ‘they break off’
Valg Har 3II l. 2: brutu ‘destroyed’
Valg Har 10II l. 8: braut ‘broke’
Vetrl Lv 1III l. 1: brauzt ‘You broke’
ǪrvOdd Lv 26VIII (Ǫrv 60) l. 2: braut ‘broke up’
Anon (ÓT) 1I l. 4: brotit ‘smashed’
Anon (ÓH) 1I l. 3: brýtr ‘cleaves’
Hildibrandr Lv 2VIII (Ásm 2) l. 4: brotinn ‘broken’
Hildibrandr Lv 3VIII (Ásm 3) l. 2: brotna ‘broken’
FriðÞ Lv 15VIII (Frið 17) l. 3: brjóttu ‘break’
StarkSt Vík 10VIII (Gautr 18) l. 5: brutum ‘we broke’
StarkSt Vík 11VIII (Gautr 19) l. 8: brutum ‘broke’
KrákÁsl Lv 1VIII (Ragn 2) l. 1: brjóta ‘disobey’
Hergunnr Lv 3VIII (HjǪ 21) l. 6: brotnar ‘broken’

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