Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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hrútr (noun m.)

‘[ram]’

sourcefreq.total
ONP (prose citations):31722458
SkP: 3127911
Malfong.is (prose):3401392394

forms: Hrút m sg, Hrúti dat m sg, Hrúts gen m sg, Hrútur nom m sg, hrúta, hrútsins, hrútum, hrútur, Hrútr, hrút, hrúti, hrút, hrútr, Hrút, hruta

ungrouped:
Sigv Austv 2I l. 7: hrúti ‘the ram’
Þul Hrúts 1III l. 1: Hrútr ‘Ram’

compounds:

indexed kennings:
GunnHám Lv 2V (Nj 6): sneiðir seima ‘the slicer of gold ’
GunnHám Lv 3V (Nj 7): skjalda ok hjálma hjaldruðr; ‘bush of the din of shields and helmets; ’
GunnHám Lv 4V (Nj 8): hraustr ok errinn álmr funa hjálma. ‘valiant and bold elm of the flame of helmets.’
Unnr Lv 1V (Nj 1): þessum geystum geirhvessanda, ‘this valiant spear-sharpener, ’
Unnr Lv 1V (Nj 1): álmr eggþings ‘the elm of the edge-assembly ’
Unnr Lv 2V (Nj 2): ýti undlinna, ‘the launcher of wound-serpents, ’
Unnr Lv 3V (Nj 3): hreytir handfúrs ‘the flinger of hand-fire ’
Unnr Lv 3V (Nj 3): þenna öldu jókennanda; ‘this guider of the stallion of the wave; ’

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