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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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parts: akr (noun m.) [°akrs, dat. akri; akrar] ‘field...’ • mutr (noun n.) ‘°mumlen...’

ungrouped:
Anon Óldr 21I l. 4: *akri ‘to the field’
Anon Pét 33VII l. 6: akurs ‘for the field’
Anon Pl 23VII l. 3: akr ‘farm’
ESk Sigdr I 3II l. 8: Akrs ‘city of’
Anon Lil 94VII l. 3: akrar ‘fields’
Eyv Lv 13I l. 5: akr ‘of the field’
GunnLeif Merl II 25VIII (Bret 25) l. 3: ǫkrum ‘the fields’
GunnLeif Merl I 38VIII (Bret 106) l. 8: akrar ‘fields’
Rv Lv 31II l. 2: akri ‘the field’
Þjóð Haustl 9III l. 5: akrs ‘akr (‘Spring-field’)’
ÞjóðA Sex 27II l. 4: akr ‘ field’
Anon (FoGT) 18III l. 2: akr ‘the field’
Íms Lv 1VIII (Gautr 5) l. 3: akri ‘field’
Þul Sáðs 1III l. 1: Akr ‘Crop’
SnSt Lv 7III l. 4: akr ‘field’
Rv Lv 34III l. 1: Akr ‘ploughed field [= (salr ‘hall’)]’
Eyv Lv 13I l. 5: akrmutr ‘{of the field’

compounds:
Anon Pl 23VII, l. 3: akrmenn ‘farmhands’
ESk Sigdr I 3II, l. 8: Akrsborg ‘city of Acre’
Eyv Lv 13I, l. 5: akrmurur ‘the silverweeds {of the field’
Þjóð Haustl 9III, l. 5: Brunnakrs ‘Brunnakr (‘Spring-field’)’
ÞjóðA Sex 27II, l. 4: brattakr ‘steep field’
SnSt Lv 7III, l. 4: svarðakr ‘her scalp-field’

indexed kennings:

index entries (as compounds):
• Akrsborg (Akrsborg - Acre)
• field ()
• Frøisåker (Frøisåker, Gol hd, Buskerud, Norway)
• Frösåker (Frösåker, Kärrbo sn, Siende hd, Västmanland, Sweden)
• Frösåker (Frösåker, Frösåker hd, Uppland, Sweden)
• Frøysåker (Frøysåker, N. Land hd, Opland, Norway)
• Odensåker (Odensåker, Odensåker sn, Vadsbo hd, Västergötland, Sweden)
• Odensåker (Odensåker, Kullerstads sn, Memings hd, Östergötland, Sweden)
• Onsaker (Onsåker, Hole hd, Buskerud, Norway)
• Onsaker (Onsaker, Gran hd, Opland, Norway)
• Onsaker (Onsåker, Våler hd, Østfold, Norway)
• Torsager (Torsager, Djursland, Jylland, Denmark)
• Torsåker (Torsåker, Torsåker sn, Ångermanland, Sweden)
• Torsåker (Torsåker, Torsåker sn, Gästrikland, Sweden)
• Torsåker (Torsåker, Torsåker sn, Rönö hd, Södermanland, Sweden)
• Torsåker (Torsåker, Torsåker hd, Uppland, Sweden)
• Torsåkra (Torsåkra, Horns sn, Kinda hd, Östergötland, Sweden)
• Ullensaker (Ullensaker, N. Land, Opland, Norway)
• Ullensaker (< Ullinshof)
• Ulleråker (Ulleråker, Simtuna sn, Simtuna hd, Uppland, Sweden)
• Ulleråker (Ulleråker, Uppsala, Ulleråker hd, Uppland, Sweden)
• Ulsåker (Ulsåker, Hemsedal hd, Buskerud, Norway)

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