Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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hjǫrtr (noun m.)

‘hart’

sourcefreq.total
ONP (prose citations):51725759
SkP: 15127911
Malfong.is (prose):201392394

forms: hjartar gen m sg, hjǫrtr, hjǫrtr, hjǫrt, hjǫrtum, Hjörtur nom m sg, hjörtinn, hjörtur nom m sg, Hjartar, Hjǫrtr, hjǫrtr, hjört, hjörtr, hiortr, hirtir, hiórtr

ungrouped:
Anon Pl 7VII l. 7: hjartar ‘of a hart’
Anon Pl 10VII l. 1: hjǫrtr ‘The hart’
Anon Sól 55VII l. 1: hjört ‘the hart’
Anon Sól 78VII l. 4: hjartar ‘the hart’s’
ESk Run 6II l. 4: Hjartar ‘Hartle’
GunnLeif Merl II 14VIII (Bret 14) l. 1: Hjǫrtr ‘A hart’
Ǫlv Lv 1I l. 6: hjǫrtr ‘hart’
Ǫlv Lv 1I l. 6 [variant]: hjǫrtr ‘’
SnSt Ht 73III l. 8: hjǫrtum ‘deer’
Þhorn Gldr 6I l. 7: hjǫrt ‘hart’
Anon (Ragn) 6VIII (Ragn 36) l. 6: hjört ‘the stag’
KrákÁsl Lv 3VIII (Ragn 5) l. 2: hjörtr ‘hjǫrtr (‘Hart’)’
Rloð Lv 3VIII (Ragn 4) l. 2: hjörtr ‘hjǫrtr (‘Hart’)’
Þul Hjartar 1III l. 1: Hjǫrtr ‘Stag’
Hharð Gamv 2II l. 4: hjǫrtr ‘the stag’

compounds:
Anon Sól 78VII, l. 4: hjartarhorn ‘the hart’s horn’
ESk Run 6II, l. 4: Hjartarpoll ‘Hartlepool’
Þhorn Gldr 6I, l. 7: lindihjǫrt ‘mast-hart’

indexed kennings:

index entries (as compounds):
• Hjartarpollr (Hjartarpollr - Hartlepool, England)

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