Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Hákon (noun m.)

‘Hákon’

sourcefreq.total
ONP (prose citations):0721868
SkP: 48127911
Malfong.is (prose):4931392394

forms: hôkun, hôkonar, hôkoni, hakon, hákon, hôkuni, hôkon, hôkunar, Hákon m sg, Hákonar, Hôkon, Hôkonar, Hôkoni, Hôkun, Hôkunar, Hôkuni, hakun, ǫkǫn, Hákoni, Hákons, Hakon, hákun, Hákun, hákonr, hákonar, haconar, hákoni

parts: 3hár (adj.) [°-van; compar. hǽrri, superl. hǽstr] ‘high...’ • 1kyn (noun n.) [°-s; -] ‘kin...’

ungrouped:
Anon Nkt 10II l. 13: Hôkon ‘Hákon’
Anon Nkt 12II l. 3: Hôkon ‘Hákon’
Anon Nkt 14II l. 8: Hôkonar ‘Hákon’
Anon Nkt 17II l. 3: Hôkon ‘Hákon’
Anon Nkt 18II l. 8: Hôkoni ‘Hákon’
Anon Nkt 25II l. 4: Hôkon ‘Hákon’
Anon Nkt 26II l. 1: Hôkon ‘Hákon’
Anon Nkt 27II l. 8: Hôkonar ‘of Hákon’
Anon Nkt 60II l. 5: Hôkon ‘Hákon’
Anon Nkt 61II l. 1: Hôkon ‘Hákon’
Anon Nkt 62II l. 4: Hôkon ‘Hákon’
ESk Elfv 2II l. 8: Hôkonar ‘Hákon’s’
Eyv Hák 12I l. 1 [variant]: Hákun ‘’
Eyv Lv 9I l. 4 [variant]: hákonr ‘’
Glúmr Lv 1I l. 8 [variant]: Hôkuni ‘’
RvHbreiðm Hl 63III l. 1: Hôkon ‘Hákon’
Sigv Berv 5II l. 4: Hôkun ‘Hákon’
Sturl Hákkv 25II l. 3: Hákon ‘Hákon’
ÞjóðA Lv 9II l. 7: Hôkon ‘Hákon’
Þjsk Hák 1I l. 1 [variant]: Hôkuni ‘’
Þstf Lv 2II l. 5: Hôkon ‘Hákon’
Anon (FoGT) 7III l. 1: Hákon ‘Hákon’
Anon (FoGT) 25III l. 1: Hákon ‘Hákon’
Anon (FoGT) 26III l. 1: Hákon ‘Hákon’
Anon (Mberf) 1II l. 1: Hôkon ‘Hákon’
Anon (MErl) 1II l. 7: Hôkonar ‘Hákon’s’
Eskál Vell 16I l. 4: Hôkunar ‘of Hákon’
Eskál Vell 31I l. 8: Hôkunar ‘of Hákon’
Eyv Hál 7I l. 1: Hôkun ‘Hákon’
Eyv Hák 10I l. 4: Hôkuni ‘Hákon’
Eyv Hák 18I l. 4: Hôkon ‘Hákon’
Eyv Hák 21I l. 4: Hôkun ‘Hákon’
Eyv Lv 8I l. 4: Hôkunar ‘of Hákon’s’
Eyv Lv 9I l. 4: Hôkonar ‘Hákon’s’
Glúmr Lv 1I l. 8: Hôkunar ‘Hákon’s’
Gunnh Lv 1I l. 1: Hô- -kun ‘Hákon’
Hfr ErfÓl 17I l. 8: Hôkonar ‘Hákon’s’
Hhal Lv 1I l. 4: Hôkuni ‘against Hákon’
Ótt Hfl 16I l. 4: Hôkonar ‘of Hákon’
Sigv Víkv 15I l. 4: Hôkunar ‘with Hákon’
Sigv Vestv 3I l. 4: Hôkun ‘Hákon’
Sigv Vestv 4I l. 8: Hôkun ‘Hákon’
ÞKolb Eirdr 6I l. 4: Hôkunar ‘of Hákon’
Þjsk Hák 1I l. 1: Hôkun ‘Hákon’
Þjsk Hák 2I l. 1: Hôkun ‘Hákon’
Þskúm Lv 1I l. 6: Hôkunar ‘of Hákon’
Tindr Hákdr 8I l. 4: Hôkunar ‘Hákon’
Tindr Hákdr 10I l. 8: Hôkunar ‘of Hákon’

compounds:

indexed kennings:
Anon Nkt 10II: vinsæll einkafóstri Aðalsteins ‘the popular only foster-son of Æthelstan ’
Anon Nkt 15II: arfa Haralds, ‘Haraldr’s heir, ’
Anon Nkt 18II: fǫður Eireks ‘of Eiríkr’s father ’
Eskál Lv 1bV (Eg 124): støkkvi hodda, ‘to the flinger of hoards, ’
Eskál Vell 4I: Ullar sorgar byrgis bǫðvar, ‘of the Ullr <god> of the sorrow of the fence of battle, ’
Eskál Vell 5I: ǫrþeysi flausta; ‘the valiant racer of ships; I ’
Eyv Hák 2I: bróður Bjarnar ‘Bjǫrn’s brother ’
Eyv Hák 3I: Einbani jarla ‘The sole slayer of jarls ’
Eyv Hák 3I: Inn gjǫfli œgir Eydana ‘The munificent terrifier of Island-Danes ’
Eyv Hák 16I: Bági jarla, ‘Adversary of jarls, ’
Eyv Hál 7I: ôttungr Freys ‘the kinsman of Freyr <god> ’
Eyv Hál 8I: magar Hallgarðs ‘of the son of Hallgarðr [Grjótgarðr] ’
Eyv Lv 2I: Njǫrðr naddregns, ‘Njǫrðr <god> of the spear-rain, ’
Eyv Lv 4I: Valgrindar Gefnar veðrheyjandi, ‘The enacter of the storm of the Gefn <= Freyja> of the slaughter-gate, ’
Eyv Lv 4I: nýtum gram Norðmanna, ‘the capable king of the Norwegians, ’
Eyv Lv 5I: Ála galtar éldraugr, ‘The log of the storm of the boar of Áli <legendary king>, ’
Eyv Lv 5I: grandaðr Dana, ‘injurer of the Danes, ’
Glúmr Gráf 11I: orðheppinn spjalli jǫfra ‘the speech-blessed confidant of princes ’
Gsind Hákdr 2I: Almdrósar eisu élrunnr ‘ The bush of the storm of the fire of the bow-woman ’
Gsind Hákdr 2I: allreiðr vandar Valsendir ‘the utterly enraged sender of the Valr <horse> of the mast ’
Gsind Hákdr 3I: Sóknheggr ‘The attack-cherry-tree ’
Gsind Hákdr 5I: sóknhattar svellrjóðr ‘the reddener of the ice of the attack-hat ’
Gsind Hákdr 6I: Gildir vafs handar ‘ The payer of the coil of the arm ’
Gsind Hákdr 6I: Njǫrðr raddar hámána nadds ‘the Njǫrðr <god> of the voice of the high moon of the spear ’
Gsind Hákdr 7I: œgis almdrógar ‘of the intimidator of the bow-string ’
Gsind Hákdr 7I: Baldri bensíks, ‘the Baldr <god> of the wound-fish, ’
Gsind Hákdr 7I: Bríkar bǫðsœkir ‘The attacker of the battle-board ’
Gsind Hákdr 8I: þverri malma; ‘the diminisher of metal weapons; ’
Gsind Hákdr 8I: ræsir rógeisu ‘the impeller of the strife-fire ’
Gsind Hákdr 8I: Gramr jǫfra ‘The king of princes ’
Ólhv Hryn 3II: snildar skýrs lituðs stála ‘of the eloquent reddener of weapons ’
Ólhv Hryn 8II: hyggjugegn hilmir grundar ‘the clever-minded ruler of the land ’
Ólhv Hryn 11II: herstefnir ‘the army-leader ’
Ólhv Hryn 12II: ógnsveipanda ‘terror-spreader ’
Ólhv Hryn 12II: ætt Sverris ‘Sverrir’s descendant ’
Ólhv Hák 1II: Valdr vígstorma, ‘Controller of battle-storms, ’
Ólhv Hák 1II: gegn frǫmuðr hjaldréls, ‘righteous promoter of the battle-shower, ’
Sigv Berv 5II: fjǫlblíðs fóstra Aðalsteins; ‘of the most friendly foster-son of Æthelstan; ’
Sigv Vestv 4I: kyn Eireks ‘Eiríkr’s kin ’
SnSt Ht 2III: ættstuðill skylja ‘the family-pillar of princes ’
SnSt Ht 11III: Vinr gotna ‘The friend of men ’
SnSt Ht 13III: gæti fira ‘to the guardian of men; ’
SnSt Ht 16III: Vápnrjóðr ‘The weapon-reddener ’
SnSt Ht 17III: Sœkir glóðar síks ‘The attacker of the ember of the brook ’
SnSt Ht 18III: sonr tiggja ‘the ruler’s son ’
SnSt Ht 27III: prýði jarla; ‘the adorner of jarls; ’
SnSt Ht 28III: Vígrakkr sendir vandbaugs ‘The battle-brave sender of the rod of the shield-boss ’
SnSt Ht 29III: fémildum seimgildi. ‘the generous gold-increaser. ’
SnSt Ht 30III: Valdi vandar vígfoldar, ‘Wielder of the rod of the war-land, ’
SnSt Lv 5III: herstefnandi ‘the army-summoner ’
Sturl Hákfl 2II: Auðmildr valdr Hörða, ‘The wealth-generous ruler of the Hǫrðar, ’
Sturl Hákfl 5II: Ríkr hneykir hlenna ‘The powerful repressor of robbers ’
Sturl Hákfl 7II: Vitr valdr norrænar aldar ‘The wise ruler of the Norwegian people ’
Sturl Hákfl 8II: lofðungr Þrænda ‘the lord of the Þrændir ’
Sturl Hákfl 9II: Göfugr dróttinn virða ‘The glorious lord of men ’
Sturl Hákfl 9II: Hilmir Rauma ‘The ruler of the Raumar ’
Sturl Hákfl 10II: Stillir Egða ‘The ruler of the Egðir ’
Sturl Hákfl 10II: rógsækis ‘of the strife-conqueror ’
Sturl Hákfl 11II: Þróttar þinghlynr ‘The maple of Þróttr’s <= Óðinn’s> assembly ’
Sturl Hákkv 6II: stálhvötuð. ‘the sword-inciter.’
Sturl Hákkv 15II: stýri rómu ‘the controller of battle ’
Sturl Hákkv 18II: Stýrir lofða ‘The controller of men ’
Sturl Hákkv 26II: grams Hörða ‘of the lord of the Hǫrðar ’
Sturl Hákkv 30II: dróttinn seggja, ‘the lord of men, ’
Sturl Hrafn 6II: fróðr gætir norðsætra, ‘the wise protector of the northern settlements, ’
Sturl Hrafn 12II: Inn böðfróði sigrmagnaðr bragna ‘The war-crafty victory-augmenter of men ’
Sturl Hrafn 19II: kæris Norðmæra ‘of the litigator of the Norðmærir ’
Sturl Hryn 4II: dróttin Nóregs. ‘the lord of Norway.’
Sturl Hryn 5II: Gramr Norðmanna ‘The ruler of the Norwegians ’
Sturl Hryn 9II: lunds málma ‘of the tree of weapons ’
Sturl Hryn 16II: kundr hilmis, ‘son of the ruler, ’
Sturl Hryn 18II: Inn víða frægi stillir Egða, ‘Far-famed ruler of the Egðir, ’
Sturl Hryn 18II: Dróttinn Sygna, ‘Lord of the Sygnir, ’
Svtjúg Lv 1I: þengils Þrœnda ‘of the ruler of the Þrœndir ’
Svtjúg Lv 1I: virðum vellstœri ‘to the honoured gold-increaser ’
Svtjúg Lv 1I: gæti lands ‘the guardian of the land ’
Tindr Hákdr 1I: Viðurr brynju ‘the Viðurr <= Óðinn> of the mail-shirt ’
Tindr Hákdr 3I: sessi seggja ‘the benchmate of men ’
Tindr Hákdr 4I: Ferðar Hugins verðbjóðr ‘The offerer of the meal of the flock of Huginn <raven> ’
Tindr Hákdr 5I: meiðr hjaldrs ‘the tree of battle ’
Tindr Hákdr 6I: Heggr hræ*birtinga ‘The bird-cherry of the corpse-trout ’
Tindr Hákdr 7I: nafni byrgis ‘the namesake of the protector ’
Tindr Hákdr 9I: Hroptr hjaldrskýja ‘the Hroptr <= Óðinn> of battle-clouds ’
Tindr Hákdr 11I: sendir golls ‘the dispatcher of gold ’
Þjsk Hák 1I: runnr folk-Ránar ‘the tree of the battle-Rán <goddess> ’
Þstf Lv 2II: frænda Serks. ‘Serkr’s kinsman. ’
ÞKolb Eirdr 6I: hraustr lindar láðstafr ‘the bold staff of the land of the linden spear ’
ÞSjár Þórdr 1I: gram Norðmanna. ‘the lord of the Norwegians.’
ÞSjár Þórdr 2I: Myrðir varga ‘The killer of outlaws ’

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