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Lilja (‘Lily’) — Anon LilVII

Martin Chase 2007, ‘(Introduction to) Anonymous, Lilja’ in Margaret Clunies Ross (ed.), Poetry on Christian Subjects. Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages 7. Turnhout: Brepols, pp. 544-677.

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Skj: Eysteinn Ásgrímsson: Lilja (AII, 363-95, BII, 390-416)

SkP info: VII, 626-7

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56 — Anon Lil 56VII

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lemmatised words

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2armr (adj.) [°compar. -ari, superl. -astr] ‘wretched...’Armar 56/5

3á (prep.) ‘on, at...’ — 56/4, 56/5

báðir (pron.) [°gen. beggja (báðra), nom./acc. n. bǽði] ‘both...’bæði 56/7

bringa (noun f.) [°-u] ‘[breast, hearts]...’bringu 56/2

brjóst (noun n.) [°-s; -] ‘breast, chest...’ — 56/6

broddr (noun m.) [°dat. -i; -ar] ‘point of spear or arrow...’broddum 56/5

brýna (verb) [°-nd-] ‘sharpen, whet...’brýndum 56/5

dróttinn (noun m.) [°dróttins, dat. dróttni (drottini [$1049$]); dróttnar] ‘lord, master...’drottin 56/3

einberni (noun n.) ‘°only child...’einbernið 56/3

2einn (pron.) [°decl. cf. einn num.] ‘one, alone...’ein 56/3

fyrir (prep.) ‘for, before, because of...’ — 56/8

2gráta (verb) ‘weep...’griet 56/1

grœðing (noun f.) ‘salvation, healing ...’græðing 56/8

1hanga (verb) ‘hang...’hanganda 56/4

hann (pron.) [°gen. hans, dat. honum; f. hon, gen. hennar, acc. hana] ‘he, she, it, they, them......’hun 56/1, hun 56/4

1háttr (noun m.) [°-ar, dat. hætti; hættir, acc. háttu] ‘behaviour, measure, verse-form...’hætti 56/6

heilagr (adj.) [°helgan; compar. -ari, superl. -astr] ‘holy, sacred...’heilög 56/8

herðr (noun f.) [°-ar(Thom² 447¹³); -ar] ‘shoulder...’herðar 56/2

í (prep.) ‘in, into...’ — 56/2

maðr (noun m.) ‘man, person...’manna 56/8

með (prep.) ‘with...’ — 56/6

mega (verb) ‘may, might...’mætt 56/6

móðir (noun f.) ‘mother...’ — 56/7

nagl (noun m.) [°dat. -i; negl] ‘nail...’nöglum 56/4

2nista (verb) ‘pierce, nail...’nist 56/2

(adv.) ‘now...’ — 56/1

3ok (conj.) ‘and, but; also...’og 56/2, og 56/7

sannheilagr (adj.)sannheilög 56/8

2sannr (adj.) [°-an; compar. -ari, superl. -astr] ‘true...’sann 56/8

sárr (adj.) [°compar. -ari, superl. -astr] ‘sore, painful; wounded...’sárra 56/1

3sinn (pron.) [°f. sín, n. sitt] ‘(refl. poss. pron.)...’sitt 56/3

sjalfr (adj.) ‘self...’sjálfan 56/3

1sjá (pron.) [°gen. þessa dat. þessum/þeima, acc. þenna; f. sjá/þessi; n. þetta, dat. þessu/þvísa; pl. þessir] ‘this...’þessum 56/6

2sjá (verb) ‘see...’ 56/4

sonr (noun m.) [°-ar, dat. syni; synir, acc. sonu, syni] ‘son...’ — 56/7

stanga (verb) ‘pierce...’stangaz 56/4

1sút (noun f.) [°-ar; -ir] ‘sorrow...’súta 56/1

sverð (noun n.) [°-s; -] ‘sword...’sverði 56/2

1svíða (verb) ‘cause pain, burn...’sviddu 56/5

særa (verb) ‘wound...’særðiz 56/7

2vera (verb) ‘be, is, was, were, are, am...’er 56/6

þó (adv.) ‘though...’ — 56/1

unlemmatised words — bernið (56)

 

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