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Af óandligum hlut til óandligs verðr metaphora, sem þá er skip er kallat skíð sævar eða vatna, en sverð beðr eða gata heinar sem hér:
90. Einstígi mér heinar.
Metaphor& occurs in the transfer fran inanimate to inanimate object, as when a ship is called the skis of the sea or river, and a sword the bed-fellow or path of the whet-stone, as here: [...]
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