Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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glæsa (verb)

ONP (prose citations):16721868
SkP: 22127911 (prose):11392394

forms: glæstra, glæsir, glæstir, glæstan, glæstr, glæstr, glæsa, glæstu, glæstrar, glæsta, glęstum, glæst, glst, glæstom, glæstar, glæstum

Kálf Kátr 6VII l. 7: glæstrar ‘of the shining’
Anon Mdr 1VII l. 8: glæstra ‘embellished’
Anon Mdr 10VII l. 2: glæst ‘embellished’
Anon Mgr 27VII l. 8: glæstum ‘the gleaming’
Anon Pl 39VII l. 3: glæstr ‘shining’
Árm Lv 1II l. 5: glæst ‘made bright’
Arn Hryn 17II l. 7: glæsir ‘adorns’
GunnLeif Merl II 34VIII (Bret 34) l. 5: glæstum ‘the shining’
GunnLeif Merl I 82VIII (Bret 150) l. 7: glæstum ‘the splendid’
Halli XI Fl 1II l. 5: glæstir ‘encrusted’
Hókr Eirfl 8I l. 3: glæstu ‘adorned’
Ív Sig 16II l. 3: glæstan ‘adorned’
Oddi Lv 3II l. 7: glæstum ‘adorned’
Sigv Knútdr 7I l. 6: glæstr ‘splendid’
SnSt Ht 73III l. 1: glæsir ‘adorns’
Sturl Hákkv 12II l. 5: glæstr ‘adorned’
Sturl Hákkv 35II l. 3: glæstr ‘adorned’
Sturl Hryn 2II l. 1: glæsta ‘adorned’
Sturl Hryn 15II l. 7: glæstum ‘the adorned’
ÞjóðA Sex 17II l. 2: glæst ‘adorned’
Þfagr Frag 2III l. 1: glæstar ‘the decorated’

Sigv Knútdr 7I, l. 6: varrglæstr ‘The sea-splendid’

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