Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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lemmata

Dictionary headwords relevant to the editions

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dynja (verb)

‘resound’

sourcefreq.total
ONP (prose citations):32721868
SkP: 17127911
Malfong.is (prose):31392394

forms: dunði, dunðu, dynr, dynjanda, dunðu, Dundi, Dynja, dynja, Dunði, Dunðu, Dunðu, dundu, dynía, dvnþi

ungrouped:
Anon Bjark 1III l. 2: dynja ‘rustle’
Anon Liðs 8I l. 7: dynr ‘clangs’
Anon Mfl 1III l. 4: dynja ‘gushed’
Anon Pét 51VII l. 4: dundu ‘they clattered down’
Arn Hardr 9II l. 5: Dunðu ‘thundered’
Hallv Knútdr 3III l. 4: dynja ‘to rush’
Hhárf Snædr 1I l. 6: dynja ‘ring out’
Rv Lv 2II l. 8: dynja ‘to boom’
RvHbreiðm Hl 32III l. 6: dynja ‘crashed’
RvHbreiðm Hl 75III l. 5: Dunðu ‘resounded’
RvHbreiðm Hl 79III l. 3: dunði ‘resounded’
Sigv ErfÓl 10I l. 4: dynja ‘roared’
ÞKolb Eirdr 2I l. 4: dynja ‘resound’
Þham Magndr 3II l. 1: Dunði ‘resounded’
Þjóð Haustl 14III l. 6: dunði ‘resounded’
Þjóð Yt 6I l. 6: dynjanda ‘the resounding’

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