Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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folk (noun n.)

‘people’

sourcefreq.total
ONP (prose citations):99721868
SkP: 98127911
Malfong.is (prose):01392394

forms: fólksins, folks, folki, folka, folkum, fólka, folk, Fólkið, fólkinu dat n sg, fólkið n sg, Folk, folke, fulks, Fólk, folk, fólki, fólk, fólks, fólka, folkit, fólkit, folc, folci, folcom, folcſ

ungrouped:
Anon Alpost 12VII l. 9: fólk ‘the people’
Anon Eirm 1I l. 4: folki ‘army’
Anon Leið 18VII l. 6: folk ‘people’
Anon Liðs 4I l. 4: folk ‘the engagement’
Anon Mdr 6VII l. 4: fólk ‘people’
Anon Mgr 14VII l. 1: fólk ‘The people’
Anon Mv I 6VII l. 4: fólksins ‘people’
Anon Mv II 4VII l. 2: fólki ‘people’
Anon Mv III 28VII l. 4: fólki ‘people’
Anon Nkt 13II l. 7: folk ‘the battle’
Anon Nkt 26II l. 5: folk ‘the battle’
Anon Óldr 18I l. 6: folk ‘the battle’
Anon Pét 30VII l. 4: fólk ‘people’
Arn Hryn 12II l. 6: folk ‘host’
Arn Þorfdr 16II l. 8: folk ‘troops’
Bjbp Jóms 25I l. 1: fólki ‘the battle’
Bjbp Jóms 35I l. 2: fólk ‘troop’
ESk Geisl 14VII l. 6: folk ‘army’
ESk Geisl 16VII l. 5: folks ‘’
ESk Geisl 26VII l. 6: folk ‘of the army’
ESk Geisl 29VII l. 5: folk ‘army’
ESk Geisl 66VII l. 5: folk ‘the people’
ESk Harsonkv 1II l. 6: folk ‘the battle-’
ESk Øxfl 8III l. 7: folka ‘of armies’
ESk Run 2II l. 5: folk ‘people’
ESk Run 5II l. 2: folks ‘of battle’
ESk Frag 2III l. 2: folk ‘of the people’
Edáð Banddr 7I l. 6: folk ‘The battle’
Eskál Vell 12I l. 6: folk ‘of the battle’
Eskál Vell 21I l. 3: folk ‘people’
Eskál Vell 21I l. 6: folkfolk’
Eskál Vell 24I l. 7: folk ‘battle’
Eskál Vell 32I l. 6: folk ‘army’
Anon Lil 47VII l. 2: fólkið ‘army’
Eyv Lv 3I l. 2: folk ‘army’
Gísl Magnkv 10II l. 3: folk ‘The people’s ’
Gísl Magnkv 18II l. 1: folk ‘The fight’
Gizsv Frag 1III l. 1: folki ‘battle’
Glúmr Lv 1I l. 3: folk ‘battle’
GullásÞ Víðdr 1II l. 2: folk ‘the pitched’
GunnLeif Merl I 66VIII (Bret 134) l. 6: folk ‘the army’
Hfr ErfÓl 28I l. 4 [variant]: folk ‘’
Hskv Útdr 4II l. 3: folk ‘Battle-’
Hskv Útdr 8II l. 1: folk ‘people’
Ív Sig 22II l. 3: folk ‘for the battle’
Mark Eirdr 4II l. 7: folks ‘ people’
Mark Eirdr 22II l. 1: folka ‘of men’
Ótt Hfl 9I l. 6: folk ‘The people’
Ótt Knútdr 1I l. 4: folk ‘army’
Ótt Knútdr 5I l. 8: folk ‘people’
Ótt Óldr 6III l. 1: folk ‘The host’
RvHbreiðm Hl 54III l. 1: folk ‘the main’
RvHbreiðm Hl 69III l. 3: folk ‘men’
Sigv Austv 19I l. 1: Folk ‘people’
Sigv Berv 1II l. 3: folk ‘civil’
Sigv Berv 6II l. 2: folk ‘’
Sigv Berv 7II l. 8: folk ‘men’
Sigv ErfÓl 10I l. 4: folk ‘army’
Sigv ErfÓl 19I l. 7: folks ‘of the army’
Sigv ErfÓl 22I l. 3: folk ‘major’
Sigv Nesv 14I l. 8 [variant]: folk ‘’
Sigv Víkv 10I l. 2: folk ‘of the battle’
Sigv Víkv 10I l. 2 [variant]: folks ‘’
SnSt Ht 10III l. 5: fólk ‘People’
SnSt Ht 24III l. 5: Fólk ‘of war’
SnSt Ht 34III l. 1: fólka ‘of troops’
SnSt Ht 36III l. 3: fólk ‘people’
SnSt Ht 37III l. 3: fólka ‘of battles’
SnSt Ht 55III l. 7: fólks ‘of the people’
SnSt Ht 60III l. 8: fólk ‘the battle’
SnSt Ht 62III l. 6: fólk ‘the armies’
SnSt Ht 69III l. 6: fólk ‘about the battle’
Sturl Hákkv 10II l. 4: fólki ‘people’
Sturl Hákkv 14II l. 8: fólki ‘troop’
Sturl Hákkv 27II l. 3: fólk ‘people’
Sturl Hákkv 37II l. 5: fólk ‘people’
ÞHjalt Lv 1I l. 2: folka ‘of battles’
ÞKolb Eirdr 15I l. 2: folk ‘of the battle’
ÞSjár Þórdr 2I l. 4: folk ‘of the army’
Þfagr Sveinn 6II l. 3: folk ‘That battle’
Þhorn Harkv 20I l. 4: folk ‘battle’
Þjóð Har 2I l. 6: folki ‘people’
Þjóð Yt 10I l. 12: folk ‘battle’
Þjóð Yt 10I l. 12 [variant]: folki ‘’
ÞjóðA Magnfl 15II l. 6: folk ‘battle’
ÞjóðA Sex 11II l. 5: folk ‘of the war’
Þjsk Hák 1I l. 4: folk ‘of the battle’
Þorf Lv 1I l. 7: folk ‘the battle’
Þsvart Lv 1II l. 3: folk ‘of the fight’
TorfE Lv 4I l. 3: folk ‘the people’s’
ÚlfrU Húsdr 4III l. 3: folka ‘of the peoples’
ÚlfrU Húsdr 7III l. 3: folkum ‘the troops’
Anon Law 1VII l. 7: fólk ‘kind’
ǪrvOdd Lv 24VIII (Ǫrv 57) l. 8: fólk ‘the army’
KrákÁsl Lv 10VIII (Ragn 31) l. 3: lka ‘of battles’
HervH Lv 2VIII (HjǪ 24) l. 4: fólki ‘the people’
Keth Lv 10VIII (Ket 15) l. 1: fólk ‘Battle’
Sigurðr Lv 2VIII (Ǫrv 39) l. 8: fólk ‘the army’
Þul Manna 5III l. 1: Folk ‘Folk’
Þul Orrostu 1III l. 8: folk ‘war’
Þul Sverða 10III l. 8: folk ‘army’
Innsteinn Innkv 15VIII (Hálf 35) l. 4: fólks ‘of the army’
Útsteinn Innkv 1VIII (Hálf 27) l. 3: fólki ‘the host’
ÞjóðA Magn 7II l. 7: folki ‘troop’
Svart Skauf 32VIII l. 3: fólki ‘population’

compounds:
Anon Nkt 13II, l. 7: folkmeiðr ‘the battle-tree’
Anon Óldr 18I, l. 6: folktjald ‘the battle-tent’
ESk Geisl 14VII, l. 6: folkvaldr ‘army-ruler’
ESk Geisl 16VII, l. 5: landfolks ‘the people of the country’
ESk Geisl 26VII, l. 6: folksterks ‘of the army-strong’
ESk Geisl 66VII, l. 5: landsfolk ‘the people of the land’
ESk Harsonkv 1II, l. 6: folktjald ‘the battle-tent’
ESk Frag 2III, l. 2: folkvǫrðr ‘guardian of the people’
Edáð Banddr 7I, l. 6: folkmeiðr ‘The battle-tree’
Eskál Vell 12I, l. 6: folkskíðs ‘of the battle-ski’
Eskál Vell 21I, l. 3: folkverjandi ‘people-defender’
Eskál Vell 21I, l. 6: folklǫndumfolklǫnd
Eskál Vell 24I, l. 7: folkeflandi ‘battle-supporting’
Eskál Vell 32I, l. 6: folkleikr ‘army-game’
Eyv Lv 3I, l. 2: landsfolk ‘land-army’
Gísl Magnkv 10II, l. 3: folkvǫrðr ‘The people’s guardian’
Gísl Magnkv 18II, l. 1: folkhvǫtuðr ‘The fight-inciter’
Glúmr Lv 1I, l. 3: folkrakkr ‘battle-bold’
GullásÞ Víðdr 1II, l. 2: folkgunni ‘the pitched battle’
Hfr ErfÓl 28I, l. 4: folkstyggs ‘-shunning’
Hskv Útdr 4II, l. 3: folkþeysandi ‘Battle-advancer’
Ív Sig 22II, l. 3: folkstara ‘for the battle-starling’
Mark Eirdr 4II, l. 7: svikfolks ‘of treacherous people’
Ótt Hfl 9I, l. 6: landfolk ‘The people of the land’
Ótt Knútdr 1I, l. 4: folksveimuðr ‘army-traveller’
Ótt Óldr 6III, l. 1: folk-Baldr ‘The host-Baldr’
RvHbreiðm Hl 54III, l. 1: folkstígu ‘the main paths’
Sigv Berv 1II, l. 3: folkorrostu ‘civil war’
Sigv Berv 6II, l. 2: karlfolk ‘farmers’
Sigv Berv 7II, l. 8: landfolk ‘The countrymen’
Sigv ErfÓl 22I, l. 3: folkorrostur ‘major battles’
Sigv Nesv 14I, l. 8: folkrekks ‘with many warriors’
Sigv Nesv 14I, l. 8: folkhrekks ‘’
Sigv Víkv 10I, l. 2: folkveggs ‘of the battle-wall’
Sigv Víkv 10I, l. 2: folksvegs ‘’
SnSt Ht 24III, l. 5: Fólkhǫmlu ‘of war-rods’
SnSt Ht 60III, l. 8: fólksund ‘the battle-sea’
SnSt Ht 69III, l. 6: fólkglaðs ‘about the battle-glad’
Sturl Hákkv 14II, l. 8: valafólki ‘the select troop’
Sturl Hákkv 27II, l. 3: frægðarfólk ‘splendid people’
Sturl Hákkv 37II, l. 5: frægðarfólk ‘the famous people’
ÞKolb Eirdr 15I, l. 2: folkstafns ‘of the battle-stem’
Þfagr Sveinn 6II, l. 3: folk-Rǫgnir ‘That battle-Rǫgnir’
ÞjóðA Sex 11II, l. 5: folkstara ‘of the war-starling’
Þjsk Hák 1I, l. 4: folk-Ránar ‘of the battle-Rán’
Þorf Lv 1I, l. 7: folkþorinn ‘the battle-daring’
Þsvart Lv 1II, l. 3: folkstara ‘of the fight-starling’
TorfE Lv 4I, l. 3: folkstuðill ‘the people’s support’
Anon Law 1VII, l. 7: mannfólk ‘mankind’
ǪrvOdd Lv 24VIII (Ǫrv 57), l. 8: fólkroði ‘the army-reddening’
Keth Lv 10VIII (Ket 15), l. 1: fólknöðrur ‘Battle-snakes’
Sigurðr Lv 2VIII (Ǫrv 39), l. 8: fólkroði ‘the army-reddening’
Svart Skauf 32VIII, l. 3: bændafólki ‘to the farming population’

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