Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Egill (noun m.)

ONP (prose citations):0721868
SkP: 11127911 (prose):9891392394

forms: agli, Agli dat m sg, Egil acc m sg, Egill nom m sg, Egils m sg, Egli m sg, egil, egils, egill, egilſ, egiꝇ, egli

Anon Krm 17VIII l. 7: Egill ‘Egill’
Eyv Lv 14I l. 8: Egils ‘of Egill’s’
Gísl Magnkv 2II l. 2: Egils ‘with Egill’
Gísl Magnkv 6II l. 3: Egils ‘Egill’s’
Hfr Hákdr 2III l. 4: Egils ‘of Egill’s’
Þham Magndr 1II l. 4: Agli ‘Egill’
Þham Lv 1II l. 1: Agli ‘by Egill’
Þjóð Yt 14I l. 8: Agli ‘Egill’
VSt Erf 1III l. 4: Egill ‘Egill’
Hjálm Lv 19VIII (Ǫrv 29) l. 7: Egill ‘Egill’
Hróksv Hrkv 12VIII (Hálf 62) l. 7: Egill ‘Egill’


indexed kennings:
Egill Lv 4V (Eg 8): sverri flagða ‘the antagonist of troll-women ’
Egill Lv 24V (Eg 31): skyndi styrjar. ‘the hastener of battle.’
Egill Lv 26V (Eg 33): sískelfir bliks undar ‘the persistent shaker of the gleam of the wound ’
Egill Lv 38V (Eg 68): Ulli bragar. ‘of the Ullr <god> of poetry. ’

index entries:
• Egill (Egill, a legendary Swedish king)
• Egill (Egill, a legendary archer)

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