Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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drjúgr (adj.)

‘very, excessive’
ONP (prose citations):54722581
SkP: 17127911 (prose):131392394

forms: drjúg, drjúgr, drýgr, drjúgir, drjúgur, Drjúg, drjúgari m, drjúgara, drjúgt, drjúgan, drjúgum, driugum, drivgt, drivgom, drívgt

Anon Leið 10VII l. 4: drjúg ‘’
Anon Leið 36VII l. 8: drjúg ‘Very’
Anon Vitn 16VII l. 8: drjúgum ‘excessively’
Eil Þdr 1III l. 3: drjúgr ‘assidious’
Eskál Vell 29I l. 3 [variant]: drjúgr ‘’
Anon Lil 54VII l. 7: drjúgum ‘terribly’
GullásÞ Lv 1II l. 2: drjúgum ‘excessively’
GunnLeif Merl II 34VIII (Bret 34) l. 3: drjúgan ‘a mighty’
GunnLeif Merl II 53VIII (Bret 53) l. 5: drjúgum ‘they will be massively’
GunnLeif Merl I 90VIII (Bret 158) l. 8: drjúgt ‘relentlessly’
Kolli Ingdr 4II l. 7: drjúgt ‘persistently’
Ótt Hfl 6I l. 1: drjúg ‘great’
RvHbreiðm Hl 43III l. 3: drjúgum ‘abundantly’
Sigv Austv 14I l. 1: Drjúg ‘a long’
Sigv Berv 16II l. 3: drjúg ‘lasting’
Sigv ErfÓl 3I l. 7: drjúgt ‘the animal’s’
Sigv ErfÓl 15I l. 5: Drjúg ‘Great’

Anon Leið 10VII, l. 4: drjúghvasst ‘severely’
Anon Leið 36VII, l. 8: drjúgmǫrg ‘Very numerous’
Ótt Hfl 6I, l. 1: drjúgligr ‘great’
Sigv Austv 14I, l. 1: Drjúggenginn ‘a long slog’

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