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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Anon Heil 26VII l. 4: dæmir ‘condemns’
Anon Hsv 32VII l. 6: dæma ‘judge’
Anon Hsv 69VII l. 2: dæma ‘judge’
Anon Hsv 79VII l. 6: dæmdr ‘sentenced’
Kálf Kátr 48VII l. 7: dæmir ‘judges’
Anon Mdr 9VII l. 8: dæmd ‘adjudged’
Anon Mdr 18VII l. 8: dæmd ‘adjudged’
Anon Mdr 27VII l. 8: dæmd ‘adjudged’
Anon Mey 19VII l. 2: dæmdi ‘condemned’
Anon Mgr 12VII l. 6: dæmdi ‘sentenced’
Anon Mhkv 10III l. 5: dœmir ‘passes sentence’
Anon Lil 66VII l. 1: dæmdir ‘doomed to death’
Gamlkan Has 11VII l. 8: dœmðak ‘judged’
Gamlkan Has 57VII l. 1: dœmðu ‘judge’
HSt Rst 24I l. 2: dœma ‘judge’
Sturl Hrafn 17II l. 8: dæmði ‘deemed’
Þhorn Harkv 1I l. 8: dœmði ‘she spoke’
Anon (FoGT) 35III l. 7: dæma ‘judge’
Hjálm Lv 15VIII (Ǫrv 25) l. 1: dæmðum ‘chatted’
Humli Lv 1VIII (Heiðr 100) l. 3: dæma ‘make conversation’

Anon Lil 66VII, l. 1: fyrirdæmdir ‘doomed to death’

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