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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Anon Heildr 12VII l. 3: harðla ‘the very’
Kálf Kátr 13VII l. 2: harðla ‘very’
Anon Krm 27VIII l. 2: Harðla ‘very much to to its end’
Anon Leið 1VII l. 3: harðla ‘very’
Anon Leið 26VII l. 8: harðla ‘very’
Anon Mdr 8VII l. 1: harðla ‘very’
Anon Mdr 25VII l. 5: harðla ‘very’
Anon Mey 9VII l. 6: harðla ‘very’
Anon Mgr 48VII l. 2: harðla ‘very’
Anon Sól 2VII l. 2 [variant]: harðla ‘’
Anon Sól 43VII l. 5: harðla ‘completely’
Gamlkan Jóndr 2VII l. 3: harðla ‘very’
GunnLeif Merl II 21VIII (Bret 21) l. 3: harðla ‘with very’
GunnLeif Merl I 23VIII (Bret 91) l. 7: harðla ‘sorely’
GunnLeif Merl I 88VIII (Bret 156) l. 2: harðla ‘fiercely’
Ólhelg Lv 9I l. 3: harðla ‘intensely’
Sigv Austv 12I l. 6 [variant]: harðla ‘’
Sigv Nesv 11I l. 3 [variant]: harðla ‘’
Þloft Glækv 4I l. 2: harðla ‘powerfully’
Án Lv 2VIII (Án 2) l. 3: harla ‘very’
Hjþ Lv 7VIII (HjǪ 16) l. 4: harðla ‘very’
Hjþ Lv 13VIII (HjǪ 37) l. 6: harla ‘very’
Svart Skauf 4VIII l. 7: harla ‘exceedingly’


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