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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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ungrouped:
Anon Mey 44VII l. 4: fjötrum ‘fetters’
Anon Mv I 22VII l. 8: fjötrar ‘the fetters’
Anon Pét 51VII l. 4: fjötrar ‘fetters’
Auðunn Lv 2I l. 5: fjǫturs ‘fetter’
ESk Frag 11III l. 3: fjǫturr ‘fetter’
Eskál Vell 25I l. 5: fjǫturs ‘fetter’
Anon Lil 61VII l. 6: fjötrar ‘fetters’
GunnLeif Merl I 42VIII (Bret 110) l. 2: fjǫtri ‘fetter’
GunnLeif Merl I 44VIII (Bret 112) l. 4: fjǫtri ‘fetter’
Hallv Knútdr 5III l. 2: fjǫturs ‘fetter’
Hár Lv 1I l. 5: fjǫturs ‘fetter’
Mark Lv 1III l. 8: fjǫtur ‘fetter’
ÞSjár Frag 4III l. 1: fjǫtri ‘the fetter’
Valg Har 9II l. 7: fjǫtrar ‘fetters’
ESk Lv 14III l. 3: fjǫturr ‘ fetter’
ESk Lv 15III l. 2: fjǫtur ‘the fetter’

compounds:
Auðunn Lv 2I, l. 5: hrammfjǫturs ‘of the arm-fetter’
ESk Frag 11III, l. 3: holmfjǫturr ‘The island-fetter’
Eskál Vell 25I, l. 5: holmfjǫturs ‘of the island-fetter’
Hallv Knútdr 5III, l. 2: holmfjǫturs ‘of the island-fetter’
Hár Lv 1I, l. 5: leggfjǫturs ‘of the limb-fetter’
Mark Lv 1III, l. 8: glymfjǫtur ‘the resounding fetter’
ESk Lv 14III, l. 3: svalfjǫturr ‘the cool fetter’

indexed kennings:

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