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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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ungrouped:
Anon Hsv 57VII l. 1: Gæzku ‘virtues’
Anon Hsv 140VII l. 4: gæzku ‘kindness’
Anon Hsv 141VII l. 4: gæzku ‘kindness’
Anon Hsv 147VII l. 4: gæzku ‘kindness’
Kálf Kátr 37VII l. 7: gæzku ‘goodness’
Anon Leið 17VII l. 4: gœzku ‘of grace’
Anon Líkn 3VII l. 7: gæzku ‘grace’
Anon Mdr 19VII l. 7: gæzku ‘in goodness’
Anon Mdr 26VII l. 3: gæzku ‘of the goodness’
Anon Mdr 33VII l. 1: gæzku ‘of grace’
Anon Mdr 42VII l. 7: gæzku ‘mercy’
Anon Mey 6VII l. 4: gæsku ‘gracious’
Anon Mey 8VII l. 7: gæzku ‘goodness’
Anon Mgr 37VII l. 7: gæzku ‘the beneficent [lit. good’
Anon Mgr 45VII l. 2: gæzku ‘goodness’
Anon Mgr 51VII l. 8: gæzku ‘goodness’
ESk Geisl 13VII l. 8: gœzku ‘goodness’
Gamlkan Has 35VII l. 4: gœzku ‘grace’
GunnLeif Merl II 55VIII (Bret 55) l. 8: gœzku ‘goodness’

compounds:
Anon Leið 17VII, l. 4: gœzkufimr ‘agile of grace’
Anon Mey 6VII, l. 4: gæskulífið ‘gracious life’
Anon Mgr 37VII, l. 7: gæzkumild ‘the beneficent [lit. good-will generous]’
Anon Mgr 45VII, l. 2: gæzkufimr ‘goodness-deft’
Gamlkan Has 35VII, l. 4: gœzkufyldr ‘grace-filled’

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