Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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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, 662-3

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89 — Anon Lil 89VII

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brúðr (noun f.) [°brúðar, dat. & acc. brúði; brúðir] ‘woman, bride...’brúða 89/4

dóttir (noun f.) [°dóttur, dat. dóttur/dǿtr/dóttir, acc. dóttur/dóttir, nom. dóttir/dóttur; dǿtr, gen. dǿtra (cf. [$1592$])] ‘daughter...’ — 89/2

dróttning (noun f.) [°-ar, dat. -u/-, acc. -u/-; -ar] ‘queen...’drotning 89/4

1dúfa (noun f.) [°-u; -ur, gen. -na] ‘billow, wave...’ — 89/1

dyggð (noun f.) [°-ar; -ir] ‘virtue...’dygðar 89/1

1engill (noun m.) [°engils; englar] ‘angel...’einglum 89/8

eyðing (noun f.) ‘[elimination]...’ — 89/6

geisli (noun m.) ‘beam of light...’ — 89/3

1gifta (noun f.) ‘grace, fortune...’giftu 89/3

gim (noun n.) ‘gem, jewel...’ — 89/4

gimsteinn (noun m.) ‘jewel...’ — 89/4

gleði (noun f.) ‘joy...’gleðinnar 89/6

gleyming (noun f.) ‘[forgetting]...’ — 89/5

1guð (noun m.) [°***guðrs, guðis, gus] ‘(Christian) God...’guðs 89/2, guðs 89/5

3hár (adj.) [°-van; compar. hǽrri, superl. hǽstr] ‘high...’hæri 89/8

herbergi (noun n.) [°-s; -] ‘lodging, bedroom, inn...’ — 89/5

himinn (noun m.) [°himins, dat. himni; himnar] ‘heaven, sky...’himna 89/4

hreinlífi (noun n.) ‘chastity...’hreinlífis 89/1

2hreinn (adj.) [°compar. hreinari/hreinni, superl. hreinastr/hreinstr] ‘pure...’hrein 89/1

lífgan (noun f.) [°-anar] ‘[life-giver]...’ — 89/7

lífi (noun n.) [°-s] ‘life...’lífis 89/1

líkn (noun f.) [°-ar; gen. -a] ‘grace, mercy...’líknar 89/7

lofligr (adj.) ‘[praiseworthy]...’loflig 89/8

loft (noun n.) ‘air, sky...’lofta 89/3

lækning (noun f.) [°-ar, dat. -u; -ar] ‘[healing]...’ — 89/2

lǫstr (noun m.) [°lastar, dat. lesti/lǫst; lestir, acc. lǫstu/lasta(Mar655XXXII 462Š)] ‘fault, sin...’lasta 89/6

mær (noun f.) [°meyjar, dat. meyju; meyjar] ‘maiden...’ — 89/8

3ok (conj.) ‘and, but; also...’og 89/2, og 89/3, og 89/4, og 89/5, og 89/6, og 89/7

1past (noun n.) ‘[nourishment]...’ — 89/6

sorga (verb) ‘[grieving, sorrows]...’ — 89/5

sótt (noun f.) [°-ar; -ir] ‘illness...’sótta 89/2

steinn (noun m.) [°steins; steinar] ‘stone, colour...’ — 89/4

1vegr (noun m.) [°-s/-ar, dat. -i/-; -ar/-ir, gen. -a/-na, acc. -a/-i/-u] ‘way, path, side...’ — 89/3

2vera (verb) ‘be, is, was, were, are, am...’ert 89/1, ert 89/8

þjóð (noun f.) [°-ar, dat. -/-u; -ir] ‘people...’þjóða 89/7

þú (pron.) [°gen. þín, dat. þér, acc. þik] ‘you...’ — 89/1, 89/8

1æðr (noun f.) [°-ar, dat./acc. ǽði; -ar] ‘blood vessel...’ — 89/7

 

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