Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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feigr (adj.)

‘fated to die, fey, dead’
ONP (prose citations):44721868
SkP: 16127911 (prose):451392394

forms: feikt, feigur nom, faikion, fæigir, feigum dat, feigs, feigir nom m pl, feigare, feigann, fgir, fegom, feigra, feiga, feígan, Feigr, feigri, feigum, feigan, feigr, feigom, feigſ, feíg

Anon Krm 22VIII l. 2: feigri ‘any the more likely to die’
Anon Mhkv 25III l. 1: feigs ‘a doomed man’s’
Anon Sól 36VII l. 6: feigs ‘the doomed man’s’
Arn Magndr 5II l. 8: feigr ‘doomed’
Anon Lil 9VII l. 6: feikt ‘terrible’
HSt Rst 6I l. 8: feiga ‘fated’
Hfr ErfÓl 15I l. 3: feigra ‘of fated’
SnSt Ht 65III l. 2: feigum ‘the doomed’
Steinn Nizv 4II l. 7: feigra ‘of doomed’
Sturl Hákkv 21II l. 2: feigum ‘the doomed’
Sturl Hrafn 11II l. 6: feigir ‘Doomed’
ÞjóðA Magnfl 14II l. 5: feigir ‘the doomed’
KrákÁsl Lv 10VIII (Ragn 31) l. 3: feigum ‘the doomed’
GizGrý Lv 4VIII (Heiðr 112) l. 2: feigr ‘doomed’
Keth Lv 7VIII (Ket 12) l. 1: Feigr ‘Doomed’
Framarr Lv 2VIII (Ket 35) l. 4: feigan ‘doomed’
Ásb Lv 1VIII (OStór 2) l. 3: feigum ‘fated to die’


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