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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Anon Eirm 3I l. 6: eptir ‘back’
Gestumbl Heiðr 24VIII (Heiðr 71) l. 3: eptir ‘along’
Gestumbl Heiðr 29VIII (Heiðr 76) l. 5: eptir ‘after’
Anon Heil 18VII l. 1: eftir ‘after’
Anon Heildr 18VII l. 2: ept ‘after’
Anon Hsv 2VII l. 3: eptir ‘’
Anon Hsv 76VII l. 6: eptir ‘for’
Anon Hsv 88VII l. 3 [variant]: eptir ‘’
Anon Líkn 19VII l. 6: ept ‘after’
Anon Líkn 22VII l. 3: ept ‘after’
Anon Líkn 38VII l. 3: ept ‘since’
Anon Mey 21VII l. 1: Eftir ‘After’
Anon Mey 50VII l. 5: eftir ‘behind’
Anon Mhkv 9III l. 5: eptir ‘for’
Anon Mv I 10VII l. 8: eftir ‘’
Anon Mv II 10VII l. 4: eftir ‘according to’
Anon Mv III 10VII l. 4: eftir ‘after’
Anon Nkt 2II l. 8: eptir ‘’
Anon Nkt 9II l. 2: ept ‘in memory of’
Anon Nkt 17II l. 2: ept ‘after’
Anon Nkt 37II l. 4: eptir ‘left’
Anon Nkt 52II l. 3: ept ‘’
Anon Nkt 56II l. 2: ept ‘after’
Anon Nkt 57II l. 8: eptir ‘one another’
Anon Nkt 61II l. 10: ept ‘after’
Anon Óldr 25I l. 1: ept ‘after’
Anon Pét 17VII l. 5: eftir ‘behind’
Anon Pl 17VII l. 1: eptir ‘back’
Anon Sól 22VII l. 1: eptir ‘afterwards’
Anon Sól 25VII l. 4: eptir ‘later’
Anon Sól 45VII l. 3: eptir ‘after’
Anon Sól 68VII l. 6: eptir ‘after’
Anon Vitn 10VII l. 5: Eftir ‘After’
Bjbp Jóms 37I l. 5: eptir ‘then’
Bjbp Jóms 39I l. 1: eptir ‘afterwards’
ESk Geisl 60VII l. 5: eptir ‘remained’
Anon Lil 2VII l. 2: eftir ‘’
Anon Lil 20VII l. 6: eftir ‘’
Anon Lil 52VII l. 1: eftir ‘’
Gamlkan Has 7VII l. 4: ept ‘according to’
Gamlkan Has 48VII l. 3: ept ‘after’
Gamlkan Has 49VII l. 2: ept ‘after’
GunnLeif Merl II 26VIII (Bret 26) l. 1: ept ‘after’
GunnLeif Merl II 58VIII (Bret 58) l. 1: ept ‘after’
GunnLeif Merl I 20VIII (Bret 88) l. 5: eptir ‘after’
GunnLeif Merl I 28VIII (Bret 96) l. 5: eptir ‘after’
GunnLeif Merl I 37VIII (Bret 105) l. 2: eptir ‘survive’
GunnLeif Merl I 62VIII (Bret 130) l. 1: eptir ‘after’
GunnLeif Merl I 74VIII (Bret 142) l. 1: ept ‘after’
GunnLeif Merl I 84VIII (Bret 152) l. 6: eptir ‘afterwards’
HSt Rst 28I l. 2: ept ‘after’
Ótt Hfl 18I l. 7: eptir ‘afterwards’
RvHbreiðm Hl 8III l. 3: eptir ‘about’
Sigv Lv 20I l. 3: eptir ‘for’
Steinn Óldr 2II l. 7: eptir ‘’
Sturl Hákfl 6II l. 3: ept ‘to succeed’
Styrkárr Frag 1III l. 1: ept ‘after’
ÞKolb Eirdr 9I l. 5: ept ‘after’
Þjóð Yt 2I l. 8: ept ‘after’
ÞjóðA Magnfl 19II l. 7: ept ‘after’
Valg Har 4II l. 3: eptir ‘left’
Valg Har 9II l. 2: eptir ‘still’
Anon (FoGT) 33III l. 4: eftir ‘’
ǪrvOdd Ævdr 55VIII (Ǫrv 125) l. 8: eptir ‘behind’
Hjálm Lv 10VIII (Ǫrv 20) l. 3: eptir ‘after’
Hildibrandr Lv 4VIII (Ásm 4) l. 3: eptir ‘behind’
Anon Brúðv 22VII l. 2: eftir ‘after’
Gríml Lv 5VIII (GrL 7) l. 2: eptir ‘the example’
KrákÁsl Lv 7VIII (Ragn 18) l. 3: eptir ‘afterwards’
Hjþ Lv 14VIII (HjǪ 41) l. 4: eptir ‘behind’
HervH Lv 2VIII (HjǪ 24) l. 1: eptir ‘in the ’
Ásb Ævkv 5VIII (OStór 8) l. 8: eptir ‘were left’
EirRagn Lv 1VIII (Ragn 11) l. 6: eptir ‘afterwards’
Þul Jǫtna II 1III l. 1: eptir ‘to come’
Þul Manna 6III l. 1: eptir ‘to come’
Svart Skauf 3VIII l. 5: eftir ‘left’
Svart Skauf 5VIII l. 6: eftir ‘’
Svart Skauf 23VIII l. 2: eftir ‘after’

Anon Lil 52VII, l. 1: eftirdæmi ‘The example’

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