Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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eið (noun n.)

ONP (prose citations):19722581
SkP: 15127911 (prose):01392394

forms: eiðum dat n pl, eið, heþi/eþi, eiða, Eiða, eþi, Eið, eiðið acc n sg, æid, Eide, eid, eiðs, eiþit, eiðit, eiðsins, eidit, eydid, æiði, Æidi, Æid, Eids, Eid, eiði, æidi, Æide

Anon Hsv 5VII l. 3 [variant]: eið ‘’
Anon Hsv 11VII l. 4: eiðum ‘oaths’
Kálf Kátr 26VII l. 4: eiða ‘of the lands’
Anon Nkt 26II l. 3: eiða ‘oaths’
Anon Vitn 14VII l. 4: eiða ‘oaths’
Eil Þdr 9III l. 2: eið ‘The oath’
Eskál Vell 6I l. 2: eið ‘the oath’
Rv Lv 5II l. 7: eiða ‘oaths’
Sigv Austv 8I l. 2: Eiða ‘of’
Sigv Austv 14I l. 4: Eiða ‘Eid’
Sigv Vestv 8I l. 1: Eið ‘oath’
Sturl Hákfl 4II l. 6: eið ‘the reliable’
Þhorn Harkv 4I l. 3: eið ‘sworn’
ÞjóðA Magnfl 5II l. 5: eiðum ‘oaths’
ÞjóðA Har 5II l. 6: eið ‘the headland’

Anon Hsv 5VII, l. 3: eiðsæri ‘’
Eil Þdr 9III, l. 2: eiðsvara ‘The oath-bound’
Eskál Vell 6I, l. 2: eiðvandr ‘the oath-true’
Sigv Austv 8I, l. 2: Eiðaskóg ‘of Eidskogen’
Sigv Austv 14I, l. 4: Eiðaskógr ‘Eidskogen’
Sturl Hákfl 4II, l. 6: eiðvandr ‘the reliable’
Þhorn Harkv 4I, l. 3: eiðbróðir ‘sworn-brother’

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