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Anon Hsv 84VII, l. 1: Dagráðs ‘a convenient time’
Anon Hsv 148VII, l. 6: endadags ‘last day’
Anon Leið 23VII, l. 1: Dagmærir ‘The day-glorifier’
Anon Leið 38VII, l. 6: dagskeiðs ‘of the day-course’
Anon Mdr 24VII, l. 4: dagstalls ‘of the day-support’
Anon Mdr 39VII, l. 2: dagsbrún ‘daybreak’
Anon Mey 13VII, l. 3: páskadag ‘on Easter Day’
Anon Mey 43VII, l. 8: messudag ‘on mass-day’
Anon Mgr 24VII, l. 3: frjádag ‘Friday’
Anon Mgr 36VII, l. 2: þváttdaginn ‘wash-day’
Anon Pét 19VII, l. 2: dagbrauta ‘of the day-paths’
Anon Pl 18VII, l. 2: dagbœjar ‘of the daylight-home’
Anon Sól 39VII, l. 2: dagstjörnu ‘day-star’
Anon Sól 82VII, l. 3: feginsdegi ‘day of joy’
Anon Sveinfl 1I, l. 1: sunnudag ‘a Sunday’
ESk Geisl 5VII, l. 8: dagbóls ‘of the day-home’
ESk Geisl 51VII, l. 8: dagræfrs ‘the day-roof’
Eskál Vell 29I, l. 4: dagráð ‘advice about a favourable day’
Gamlkan Has 35VII, l. 6: dagstalls ‘of the day-support’
Gamlkan Has 40VII, l. 6: dagstalls ‘of the day-support’
Gamlkan Has 45VII, l. 6: dagstalls ‘of the day-support’
GunnLeif Merl I 10VIII (Bret 78), l. 2: verdags ‘of the sea-day’
Hfr ErfÓl 18I, l. 4: dagbliks ‘of the gleam ’
Kolb Jónv 3VII, l. 8: dagrennir ‘mover {of the day’
RvHbreiðm Hl 59III, l. 8: bendags ‘of the wound-daylight’
RvHbreiðm Hl 60III, l. 8: bendags ‘of the wound-daylight’
Sigv Vestv 5I, l. 2: alldag ‘highly ’
Sturl Hákkv 26II, l. 7: sæmðardag ‘on the glorious day’
Þjóð Yt 2I, l. 1: dagskjarr ‘the daylight-shy’
Þjóð Yt 16I, l. 13: dagsæll ‘-fortunate’
ÞjóðA Magnfl 14II, l. 4: sunnudags ‘on a Sunday’
Anon (Sv) 4II, l. 1: Mánadag ‘On Monday’
Vargeisa Lv 3VIII (HjǪ 8), l. 4: aldrdaga ‘the days’
Rloð Lv 6VIII (Ragn 10), l. 5: dagrýfir ‘breaker {of the light’
ÞjJ Lv 2VIII (ÞJ 2), l. 6: sædags ‘of the sea-day’

indexed kennings:

index entries (as compounds):
• Friday (Sixth day of week (Friday))
• Wednesday (Fourth day of week (Wednesday))

Runic data from Samnordisk runtextdatabas, Uppsala universitet, unless otherwise stated