Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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hollr (adj.)

‘loyal’

sourcefreq.total
ONP (prose citations):70721868
SkP: 54127911
Malfong.is (prose):141392394

forms: holls, hollr, hollr, hollr, ulR, Hollr, Hollr, Hollr, Hollr, hollur nom m sg, hollom, hollra, holla, hollir nom m pl, hollu, hollan, hollare, hollt, hollastir, hollrar, hollaztir, hollust, hollre, holler, hollari, holleʀ, hollum, hollar, hollr, holl, hỏll, holl

ungrouped:
Anon Hsv 4VII l. 2: hollir ‘loyal’
Anon Hsv 13VII l. 1: hollr ‘Loyal’
Anon Hsv 24VII l. 5: hollr ‘loyal’
Anon Hsv 25VII l. 2 [variant]: hollr ‘’
Anon Hsv 131VII l. 4: holla ‘wholesome’
Anon Hsv 142VII l. 3: hollr ‘loyal’
Anon Leið 11VII l. 3: hollr ‘gracious’
Anon Óldr 15I l. 1: hollan ‘gracious to’
Anon Sól 25VII l. 3: hollar ‘gracious’
Bersi Ólfl 3I l. 8: holl ‘loyal’
Bersi Lv 1I l. 4: hollust ‘most gracious’
ESk Geisl 34VII l. 2: hollr ‘devoted’
ESk Geisl 66VII l. 7: hollan ‘friendly’
ESk Geisl 69VII l. 5: holl ‘a kind’
ESk Run 6II l. 3: holl ‘the faithful’
Eyv Lv 4I l. 3: hollr ‘loyal’
Gamlkan Has 4VII l. 3: hollrar ‘for wholesome’
Glúmr Gráf 11I l. 2: hollr ‘benevolent’
GunnLeif Merl I 72VIII (Bret 140) l. 10: hollr ‘be kindly’
Refr Giz 2III l. 3: hollr ‘loyal’
Refr Þorst 3III l. 3: hollr ‘faithful’
HSt Rst 5I l. 3: hollr ‘gracious’
HSt Rst 11I l. 8: Hollr ‘Faithful’
HSt Rst 14I l. 8: Hollr ‘Faithful’
HSt Rst 17I l. 8: Hollr ‘Faithful’
HSt Rst 20I l. 8: Hollr ‘Faithful’
HSt Rst 23I l. 8: Hollr ‘Faithful’
Hfr ErfÓl 5I l. 8: holl ‘true’
Hfr ErfÓl 7I l. 8: hollr ‘gracious’
Hskv Útdr 1II l. 7: hollr ‘devoted’
Mark Eirdr 23II l. 3: holl ‘the loyal’
Ník Jóndr 2VII l. 7: hollr ‘gracious’
Ótt Hfl 11I l. 6: hollum ‘gracious’
Sigv Berv 2II l. 2: hollum ‘to his loyal’
Sigv ErfÓl 18I l. 5: hollum ‘the loyal’
Sigv Lv 3I l. 5: hollan ‘a loyal’
Sigv Lv 13I l. 6: hollan ‘gracious’
SnSt Ht 18III l. 6: hollr ‘The loyal’
SnSt Ht 29III l. 7: hollr ‘loyal’
SnSt Ht 99III l. 7: hollastir ‘the most loyal’
Sturl Hryn 21II l. 7: hollar ‘valuable’
ÞHjalt Lv 1I l. 6 [variant]: holla ‘’
Þjóð Haustl 3III l. 8: hollr ‘well-disposed’
Þjóð Haustl 7III l. 7: holls ‘of the loyal’
ÞjóðA Sex 13II l. 2: hollr ‘gracious’
Þstf Stuttdr 1II l. 3: hollr ‘loyal’
ǪrvOdd Ævdr 69VIII (Ǫrv 139) l. 2: hollr ‘a faithful’
Hjálm Lv 9VIII (Ǫrv 19) l. 8: holl ‘loyal’
Hróksv Hrkv 20VIII (Hálf 70) l. 8: hollum ‘loyal’
Vargeisa Lv 4VIII (HjǪ 9) l. 4: hollr ‘loyal’
Vargeisa Lv 4VIII (HjǪ 9) l. 8: hollr ‘loyal’
Hǫrðr Lv 2VIII (HjǪ 25) l. 8: holl ‘gracious’
HervH Lv 4VIII (HjǪ 27) l. 4: hollir ‘loyal’
Þfagr Frag 3III l. 2: holla ‘the loyalty’
AngH Lv 1VIII (Heiðr 93) l. 6: hollar ‘offered with good will’

compounds:
Anon Hsv 13VII, l. 1: Ráðhollr ‘Loyal in advice’
Bersi Ólfl 3I, l. 8: hollvini ‘loyal friends’
HSt Rst 5I, l. 3: varghollr ‘Wolf-gracious’
Hfr ErfÓl 5I, l. 8: hollvinir ‘true friends’
Hfr ErfÓl 7I, l. 8: varghollr ‘The wolf-gracious’
Mark Eirdr 23II, l. 3: hollvinr ‘the loyal friend’
Sigv Berv 2II, l. 2: dróttinhollum ‘to his loyal ’
ÞjóðA Sex 13II, l. 2: varghollr ‘wolf-gracious’
Hjálm Lv 9VIII (Ǫrv 19), l. 8: hollvinum ‘loyal friends’

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