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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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ungrouped:
Anon Heildr 13VII l. 7 [variant]: fegnar ‘’
Anon Leið 26VII l. 8: fegin ‘happy’
Anon Líkn 23VII l. 6: fegnir ‘glad’
Anon Líkn 29VII l. 2: fegnastir ‘’
Anon Mdr 13VII l. 4: fegnir ‘joyful’
Anon Mey 12VII l. 4: fegnir ‘glad’
Anon Mv II 8VII l. 4: fegin ‘happy’
Anon Mv II 14VII l. 4: fegins ‘for joy’
Anon Mv II 19VII l. 5: fegins ‘a joyous’
Anon Pl 41VII l. 2: fegnir ‘glad’
Anon Pl 43VII l. 2: feginn ‘glad’
Anon Sól 62VII l. 2 [variant]: fegna ‘’
Anon Sól 82VII l. 3: fegins ‘of joy’
ESk Sigdr I 3II l. 8: fegins ‘that morning’
Gizsv Frag 1III l. 4: fegin ‘joyful’
Ólhv Lv 2II l. 8: fegnir ‘gladdened’
Sigv Berv 3II l. 3: fegnir ‘pleased’
Sigv Lv 19I l. 6: feginn ‘glad’
Sturl Hrafn 12II l. 6: fegnir ‘happy’
Sturl Hryn 18II l. 7: fegnir ‘glad’
ÞjóðA Sex 10II l. 8: fegnir ‘joyfully’
ǪrvOdd Lv 25VIII (Ǫrv 58) l. 7: fegnir ‘rejoicing’
ǪrvOdd Ævdr 15VIII (Ǫrv 85) l. 5: Fegnir ‘glad’
ǪrvOdd Ævdr 54VIII (Ǫrv 124) l. 5: feginn ‘joyful’

compounds:
Anon Líkn 29VII, l. 2: alfegnastir ‘joyous beyond measure’
Anon Mv II 14VII, l. 4: feginsgrein ‘reason for joy’
Anon Mv II 19VII, l. 5: feginstíð ‘a joyous time’
Anon Sól 82VII, l. 3: feginsdegi ‘day of joy’
ESk Sigdr I 3II, l. 8: feginsmorgin ‘that morning of joy’
Sturl Hrafn 12II, l. 6: ófegnir ‘The unhappy’

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