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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Anon Heildr 2VII l. 5: Greindr ‘The discerning’
Anon Heildr 18VII l. 5: Greindr ‘The discerning’
Kálf Kátr 36VII l. 8: greinir ‘explains’
Kálf Kátr 37VII l. 6: greina ‘be detected’
Kálf Kátr 49VII l. 5: Greini ‘explain’
Anon Mdr 1VII l. 3: greindra ‘of the branched’
Anon Mey 50VII l. 4: greinanda ‘exuberant’
Anon Mey 54VII l. 2: greinandi ‘Recording’
Anon Mgr 17VII l. 4: greina ‘tell’
Anon Mgr 19VII l. 6: greina ‘explain’
Anon Mgr 31VII l. 2: greina ‘tell’
Anon Mgr 37VII l. 7: greina ‘divulge’
Anon Mgr 41VII l. 8: greinir ‘describes’
Anon Mv I 14VII l. 7: greina ‘to explain’
Anon Mv III 12VII l. 2: greinir ‘explains’
Anon Pét 2VII l. 1: greiniz ‘is distinguished’
Anon Pét 17VII l. 2: greiniz ‘it is told’
Anon Pét 24VII l. 1: greinir ‘explains’
Anon Pét 36VII l. 7: greindum ‘having been established’
Anon Lil 9VII l. 1: greinanda ‘to tell’
Anon Lil 27VII l. 6: greinanda ‘to be told’
Anon Lil 33VII l. 8: greina ‘marks’
Gamlkan Has 36VII l. 3: greinisk ‘divide’
Svtjúg Lv 1I l. 1 [variant]: greindi ‘’
Hundk Lv 2VIII (HjǪ 31) l. 5: greina ‘describe’


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