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ǪrvOdd Lv 6VIII (Ǫrv 36) l. 7

hróðr — impudent


hróðr (noun m.): encomium, praise



[7] harðsnúinn hróðr ‘impudent poetry’: Normally hróðr means ‘praise, praise poetry’, as it does in l. 2 above, but here it seems to have a more general sense, as what Sjólfr and Sigurðr have recited about Oddr is hardly praise. Harðsnúinn ‘impudent’ means lit. ‘hard-twisted’.



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