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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Anon Krm 10VIII l. 9: grét ‘wept’
Anon Mey 4VII l. 3: grietu ‘bewailed’
Anon Mey 5VII l. 1: gráta ‘wept’
Anon Mgr 26VII l. 5: Grát ‘weep’
Anon Mhkv 9III l. 5: grétu ‘wept’
Anon Mv I 13VII l. 1: Grietu ‘wept’
Anon Mv I 13VII l. 7: griet ‘wept’
Anon Mv I 15VII l. 3: griet ‘she wept’
Anon Mv II 13VII l. 2: grætr ‘weeps’
Anon Mv II 14VII l. 5: griet ‘wept for’
Anon Mv II 19VII l. 8: grátandi ‘weeping’
Anon Pét 47VII l. 6: gráta ‘weeping’
Anon Vitn 17VII l. 1: Griet ‘wept’
Anon Lil 21VII l. 6: grátandi ‘weeping’
Anon Lil 42VII l. 2: gráta ‘weep’
Anon Lil 56VII l. 1: griet ‘wept’
Anon Lil 79VII l. 2: gráta ‘bewail’
Anon Lil 81VII l. 5: grátandi ‘weeping’
Gamlkan Has 26VII l. 7: grátandi ‘weeping’
GunnLeif Merl II 13VIII (Bret 13) l. 4: grætr ‘weeps’
GunnLeif Merl I 20VIII (Bret 88) l. 1: Grét ‘wept’
GunnLeif Merl I 54VIII (Bret 122) l. 2: gráta ‘weep’
Sigv Lv 20I l. 4: gráta ‘weep’
EirRagn Lv 1VIII (Ragn 11) l. 5: Grætr ‘weep’
Þul Ásynja 3III l. 1: Grét ‘wept’

Gamlkan Has 26VII, l. 7: ógrátandi ‘unweeping’

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