Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Dictionary headwords relevant to the editions

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harða (adv.)

‘very’

sourcefreq.total
ONP (prose citations):25721428
SkP: 22127911
Malfong.is (prose):01392394

forms: harða, hrþa, arþa, ...a, ...rþa, haþa, haraþa, harþa, harda, Harða

ungrouped:
Anon Pl 22VII l. 3: harða ‘very’
Anon Pl 43VII l. 2: harða ‘very’
Arn Hardr 14II l. 2: harða ‘most’
Arn Hryn 4II l. 1: harða ‘the most’
Bjbp Jóms 32I l. 4: harða ‘very’
ESk Geisl 53VII l. 6: harða ‘a very’
Edáð Banddr 2I l. 2: harða ‘The very’
HSt Rst 8I l. 1: harða ‘very’
HSt Rst 24I l. 3: harða ‘the very’
Mark Eirdr 22II l. 6: harða ‘The very’
Okík Magn 3II l. 4: harða ‘sorely’
Ólhv Hryn 11II l. 7: harða ‘powerfully’
Sigv Austv 12I l. 6: harða ‘at a very’
Sigv Austv 17I l. 7: harða ‘with very’
Sigv Nesv 11I l. 3: harða ‘very’
Sigv Tryggfl 1I l. 7: harða ‘in great numbers’
Sigv Lv 19I l. 6: harða ‘exceedingly’
SnSt Ht 4III l. 5: harða ‘powerfully’
SnSt Ht 13III l. 7: harða ‘very’
Sturl Hákkv 32II l. 5: harða ‘the very’
ÞGísl Búdr 2I l. 1: harða ‘very’
Anon (Hák) 1II l. 4: harða ‘severely’

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