Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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farmr (noun m.)

‘cargo’

sourcefreq.total
ONP (prose citations):31722581
SkP: 11127911
Malfong.is (prose):461392394

forms: farms, farmr, farmanna, farminum, farmur nom m sg, farmurinn, farmm, farme, farmi dat m sg, farm acc m sg, farmrinn, farminn acc m sg, farmar, farma, farminvm

ungrouped:
Anon Líkn 33VII l. 3: farmi ‘cargo’
Anon Pl 31VII l. 4: farms ‘of the cargo’
ESk Lv 6II l. 8: farmi ‘burden’
Eil Þdr 3III l. 2: farmr ‘The cargo’
Eyv Hál 1I l. 7: farms ‘of the burden’
Eyv Hál 9I l. 5: farma ‘of cargoes’
Steinþ Frag 1III l. 2: farms ‘freight’
Þblǫnd Sigdr 2III l. 4: farmi ‘the load’
Þjóð Haustl 7III l. 2: farmr ‘the cargo’
Valg Har 5II l. 1: farm ‘cargo’
Þfagr Frag 2III l. 4: farmi ‘cargo’
ÞjóðA Har 1II l. 5: farmi ‘the cargo’

compounds:
Eyv Hál 9I, l. 5: farmatýs ‘of the god of cargoes’
Þfagr Frag 2III, l. 4: digulfarmi ‘crucible-cargo’

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