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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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ungrouped:
Anon Alpost 3VII l. 3: fagnað ‘the delight’
Anon Alpost 5VII l. 7: fagnaðar ‘for rejoicing’
Anon Alpost 6VII l. 1: fögnuð ‘joy’
Anon Alpost 7VII l. 1: fagnað ‘joy’
Anon Alpost 7VII l. 9: fagnað ‘joy’
Anon Andr 2VII l. 8: fagnaðar ‘for the joy’
Anon Leið 23VII l. 7: fǫgnuðr ‘welcome’
Anon Líkn 52VII l. 7: fögnuð ‘joy’
Anon Mey 32VII l. 8: fagnað ‘joy’
Anon Mey 36VII l. 1: fagnað ‘joy’
Anon Mey 44VII l. 8: fagnaðar ‘joy’
Anon Mgr 7VII l. 6: fögnuðinn ‘the delight’
Anon Mgr 41VII l. 3: fagnaði ‘joys’
Anon Mgr 42VII l. 2: fagnaði ‘joys’
Anon Mgr 43VII l. 1: fögnuð ‘joy’
Anon Mgr 44VII l. 1: fögnuð ‘joy’
Anon Pét 14VII l. 8: fagnað ‘favour’
Anon Pét 36VII l. 1: fagnað ‘the joy’
Anon Pét 42VII l. 2: fagnaðr ‘joy’
Anon Pét 51VII l. 5: fagnað ‘joy’
Anon Pl 39VII l. 2: fǫgnuð ‘joy’
Anon Sól 24VII l. 3: fögnuð ‘joy’
Anon Vitn 25VII l. 7: fögnuð ‘joy’
Anon Lil 30VII l. 2: fögnuð ‘joy’
Anon Lil 32VII l. 2: fagnaðar ‘of joy’
Anon Lil 74VII l. 1: fögnuð ‘joy’
Anon (FoGT) 42III l. 6: fögnuð ‘joy’

compounds:
Anon Mey 44VII, l. 8: fagnaðarlauss ‘joyless’
Anon Mgr 42VII, l. 2: höfuðfagnaði ‘supreme joys’
Anon Lil 32VII, l. 2: fagnaðarlaug ‘a hot spring of joy’

indexed kennings:

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