Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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dapr (adj.)

‘gloomy’

sourcefreq.total
ONP (prose citations):35722581
SkP: 14127911
Malfong.is (prose):41392394

forms: daprar, dapran, daprt, döpur, Daprar, daupur, daprer, döprum, dopur, davpvr, davpr, daprir, dapvr, daupr, dopr, dapri, dǫpr, dapur, döpr, dpr, dpr, dapra, dapurt, dỏpr, dapr, dapastr, daprastr, dꜹpr, daprán

ungrouped:
Kálf Kátr 40VII l. 7: dapran ‘sad’
Anon Mv I 13VII l. 6: döpr ‘mournful’
Anon Óldr 25I l. 6: dǫpr ‘downcast’
Anon Pét 5VII l. 1: dapr ‘downcast’
Anon Sól 13VII l. 1: Daprar ‘gloomy’
Anon Sól 45VII l. 3: dapra ‘gloomy’
Anon Lil 54VII l. 8: döpr ‘sad’
Ólsv Love 3III l. 3: dapr ‘downcast’
Sigv Lv 14I l. 1: daprt ‘dismal’
Valg Har 9II l. 1: daprt ‘The pitifully’
Anon (MH) 1II l. 3: daprar ‘the gloomy’
Anon Brúðv 22VII l. 8: dapr ‘sad’
Hringrk Lv 1VIII (Frið 39) l. 4: döprum ‘downcast’
StarkSt Vík 29VIII (Gautr 37) l. 8: dapr ‘depressed’
Hróksv Hrkv 20VIII (Hálf 70) l. 2: daprastr ‘saddest’

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