Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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1. enda (verb)

‘end, last’
ONP (prose citations):228721428
SkP: 16127911 (prose):521392394

forms: endi, endiz, endaz, endisk, endað, endask, enduz, Endast, Endist, Endið, enda infinitive, endar, endast pl 3rd pres, endi sg 3rd pres, endist sg 3rd pres, enduðu, entist sg 3rd pret, entust, Endisk, etaþr, anti, aitaþis, eataþis, etaþis, entaþis, antaþis, entaþus, intaþr, anlaþis, antaþ, ...þis, en-aþr, entaþr, antaþus, itaþis, ...-aþis, itaþisk, endaðr, enduz

Anon Andr 3VII l. 3: endi ‘ended’
Anon Gyð 3VII l. 8: endiz ‘it lasted’
Anon Mey 29VII l. 4: endaz ‘be sufficient’
Anon Mey 45VII l. 7: endað ‘ended’
Anon Mv III 21VII l. 3: endi ‘ended’
Anon Mv III 26VII l. 3: endiz ‘lasted’
Anon Pl 54VII l. 1: endi ‘finished’
Bǫlv Hardr 7II l. 5: Endisk ‘was kept’
Sigv Lv 6I l. 7: endisk ‘ends’
Sigv Lv 9I l. 7: endask ‘come to an end’
Þhorn Gldr 4I l. 3: endisk ‘sufficed’
Anon (FoGT) 23III l. 7: enduz ‘came to an end’
Anon (FoGT) 27III l. 7: endiz ‘was killed’
Anon Brúðv 27VII l. 8: endar ‘ends’
Anon Brúðv 33VII l. 4: endaz ‘last’
ESk Lv 13III l. 3: endisk ‘endures’


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