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Note to stanza
 nór (m.): According to Falk (1912, 85), this was originally a boat made from a hollowed tree-trunk and hence the same as nǫkkvi ‘rowing boat’ (l. 8 below). Cf. New Norw. nu, nuv ‘vessel, boat’, Lat. navis ‘ship’ (ÍO: nór 1). The word occurs only in poetry (Þjóð Yt 17/10I brandnór ‘fire-ship [HOUSE]’) and as the first element in the cpd Nóatún (lit. ‘field of ships’), the name of the ocean home of the god Njǫrðr (cf. Grí 16/1). It is not possible to ascertain exactly what kind of boat this was.
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