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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Anon Alpost 10VII l. 1: Giftu ‘good fortune’
Anon Alpost 13VII l. 4: giftu ‘grace’
Anon Andr 4VII l. 7: giftu ‘with grace’
Anon Heildr 15VII l. 3: giptu ‘in grace’
Anon Hsv 67VII l. 5: giptu ‘luck’
Anon Hsv 121VII l. 4 [variant]: giptu ‘’
Kálf Kátr 23VII l. 3: giftu ‘good fortune’
Kálf Kátr 49VII l. 7: giftu ‘of good fortune’
Anon Mgr 28VII l. 3: giftu ‘with luck’
Anon Pét 10VII l. 7: giftu ‘with’
Anon Mlag 3II l. 2: giptu ‘good luck’
Anon Ól 3I l. 7: gifta ‘blessedness’
ESk Geisl 57VII l. 5: giptu ‘fortune’
Anon Lil 89VII l. 3: giftu ‘of good fortune’
Gamlkan Jóndr 3VII l. 2: giptu ‘of grace’
Kolli Ingdr 2II l. 8: giptu ‘luck’
Nefari Lv 1II l. 7: giptu ‘the outcome’
Sturl Hákfl 9II l. 3: giptu ‘good fortune’
Þdís Saint 1III l. 4: giptu ‘grace’
Þjsk Sveindr 1I l. 1: giptu ‘luck’

Anon Hsv 121VII, l. 4: ógiptu ‘mis’
Anon Pét 10VII, l. 7: giftugjörðum ‘with grace’

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