Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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djúp (noun n.)

‘depth, the deep’
ONP (prose citations):38727571
SkP: 9127911 (prose):41392394

forms: djúpa, Djúp, djúp, djúpið, djúps, diupi, diup, diups, diupid, diupit, díup, diúpi, dvp, diupa, diupp, dívp, diupum, divp, divpeþ, dip, divpit, djúpit, djúpi

Anon Mey 33VII l. 3: djúpi ‘depth’
Anon Mv III 10VII l. 3: djúp ‘depths’
Eil Þdr 11III l. 1: djúp ‘the sea’
Gísl Magnkv 16II l. 8: djúps ‘of the deep’
GunnLeif Merl I 12VIII (Bret 80) l. 2: djúpi ‘depth’
Þorm Lv 11I l. 7: djúps ‘of the deep’
Anon (FoGT) 37III l. 5: djúp ‘the deep’
Anon (FoGT) 37III l. 5: djúpi ‘the deep’
Þul Sjóvar 3III l. 3: djúp ‘deep one’

Anon Mey 33VII, l. 3: dauðadjúpi ‘depth of death’
Anon Mv III 10VII, l. 3: kafadjúp ‘the plunging depths’
Eil Þdr 11III, l. 1: djúpakǫrn ‘the sea-acorns’

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