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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Anon Hsv 63VII l. 6: flærðar ‘of falsehood’
Anon Hsv 64VII l. 3: flærð ‘deceit’
Anon Hsv 126VII l. 5: flærð ‘the deceit’
Kálf Kátr 10VII l. 8: flærðum ‘falsehood’
Anon Leið 31VII l. 5: flærðar ‘the deceit’
Anon Leið 39VII l. 3: flærð ‘deceit’
Anon Mdr 4VII l. 7: flærða ‘of deceits’
Anon Mv III 20VII l. 4: flærð ‘destruction’
Anon Óldr 18I l. 5: flærð ‘deceit’
Anon Pét 3VII l. 6: flærð ‘guile’
Anon Pét 50VII l. 3: flærða ‘for treacheries’
Anon Pl 7VII l. 3: flærðar ‘of falsehood’
Anon Pl 8VII l. 8: flærð ‘the deceit’
Anon Pl 13VII l. 5: flærðar ‘falsehood’
Anon Sól 21VII l. 6: flærðir ‘falsehoods’
Anon Lil 17VII l. 4: flærðum ‘with deceit’
Anon Lil 45VII l. 7: flærðar ‘’
Gamlkan Has 39VII l. 1: flærðar ‘with falsehood’
Gamlkan Jóndr 1VII l. 4: flærðar ‘of falsehood’
GunnLeif Merl II 39VIII (Bret 39) l. 4: flærð ‘deception’
GunnLeif Merl II 43VIII (Bret 43) l. 6: flærðir ‘treacheries’
Innsteinn Innkv 2VIII (Hálf 16) l. 4: flærð ‘falsehood’

Anon Hsv 126VII, l. 5: flærðvörum ‘the deceit-wary’
Anon Leið 31VII, l. 5: flærðarfróðan ‘the deceit-learned’
Anon Pl 8VII, l. 8: flærðvarr ‘the deceit-wary’
Anon Lil 45VII, l. 7: flærðarfullu ‘treacherous’

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