Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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hræ (noun n.)

‘corpse, carrion’

sourcefreq.total
ONP (prose citations):60722581
SkP: 60127911
Malfong.is (prose):201392394

forms: hræs, hrævi, hræið, Hræ, hræum, hr, hræi, hrę, hren, ræ, hrænum, hræm, hrævm, hré, hre, hreid, hræinu, hręi, hræva, hrævar, hræ, hręen, hræin, hręom, hreifi, hrvm, hrǫvm, hrǽ, hrǽs

ungrouped:
Anon Krm 6VIII l. 3: ‘corpse’
Anon Krm 7VIII l. 7: ‘the corpse’
Anon Leið 5VII l. 2: hræ ‘of carrion-’
Anon Líkn 34VII l. 6: hræ ‘of the corpse’
Arn Hryn 14II l. 3: hræ ‘the corpse’
Arn Magndr 8II l. 4: hræ ‘corpses’
Arn Magndr 15II l. 4: hræ ‘bodies’
Arn Þorfdr 18II l. 8: hræ ‘carrion’
Arn Þorfdr 19II l. 3: hræ ‘flesh’
Bragi Rdr 4III l. 3: hræva ‘of corpses’
ESk Eystdr 1II l. 7: hræ ‘of the carrion’
ESk Geisl 29VII l. 8: hræ ‘carrion’
ESk Geisl 56VII l. 4: hræ ‘carrion’
ESk Geisl 69VII l. 6: hræ ‘of the corpse’
ESk Hardr I 1II l. 8: hræ ‘the carrion’
ESk Hardr I 2II l. 8: hræ ‘a corpse’
Eskál Hákdr 1I l. 8 [variant]: hrænum ‘’
Eskál Vell 29I l. 6: hræ ‘corpse’
Eskál Vell 35I l. 3 [variant]: hré ‘’
Eskál Vell 35I l. 3 [variant]: hræ ‘’
GunnLeif Merl II 7VIII (Bret 7) l. 9: hræ ‘corpses’
GunnLeif Merl I 68VIII (Bret 136) l. 1: hræva ‘of corpses’
HSt Rst 5I l. 5: Hræ ‘of the corpse’
HSt Rst 17I l. 4: hræ ‘corpses’
Hfr Óldr 3I l. 4: hræ ‘the corpses’
Hfr Óldr 4I l. 2: hræ ‘corpse’
Hókr Eirfl 1I l. 6: hræ ‘of carrion’
Ótt Óldr 4III l. 2: hræum ‘corpses’
RvHbreiðm Hl 32III l. 4: hræva ‘of carrion’
RvHbreiðm Hl 50III l. 6: hræ ‘carrion’
RvHbreiðm Hl 78III l. 7: hræ ‘carrion’
Sigv Berv 2II l. 4: hræ ‘carrion’
Sigv Nesv 10I l. 6: hræ ‘corpses’
Sigv Nesv 14I l. 6: hræ ‘of the corpse’
Sigv Lv 21I l. 2: hræs ‘the carrion’
SnSt Ht 7III l. 4: hræs ‘of carrion’
SnSt Ht 32III l. 4: hræs ‘of carrion’
SnSt Ht 50III l. 6: hræs ‘of carrion’
SnSt Ht 60III l. 3: hræs ‘of carrion’
SnSt Ht 61III l. 1: Hræ ‘of the corpse’
Sturl Hákkv 17II l. 1: hræ ‘corpse’
Sturl Hákkv 19II l. 5: hræ ‘corpse’
ÞGísl Búdr 5I l. 4: hræ ‘corpses’
ÞGísl Búdr 7I l. 1: hræs ‘of the corpse’
ÞSjár Róðdr 1I l. 8: hrævi ‘carrion’
ÞSkall Valfl 1II l. 8: hræ ‘the carrion’
Þfagr Sveinn 5II l. 3: hræ ‘corpse’
Þhorn Harkv 3I l. 6: hræs ‘of carrion’
Þhorn Harkv 20I l. 2: hræ ‘of the corpse’
Þjóð Haustl 11III l. 1: hræva ‘of corpses’
Þjóð Yt 19I l. 11 [variant]: hræs ‘’
Þjóð Yt 21I l. 3: hræ ‘the corpse’
ÞjóðA Sex 28II l. 1: hræ ‘of carrion’
ÞjóðA Sex 30II l. 4: hræ ‘of the corpse’
Tindr Hákdr 6I l. 6: hræ* ‘of the corpse’
Tindr Hákdr 11I l. 4: hræum ‘the corpses’
TorfE Lv 3I l. 7: hræva ‘of corpses’
Anon (TGT) 12III l. 4: hræ ‘of the carrion’
Anon (Ragn) 2VIII (Ragn 32) l. 7: hræ ‘corpses’
ǪrvOdd Lv 29VIII (Ǫrv 65) l. 8: hræ ‘carrion’
Hjþ Lv 4VIII (HjǪ 7) l. 3: hræ ‘the corpse’
Hǫrðr Lv 4VIII (HjǪ 43) l. 8: hrævar ‘corpse’
Þul Sverða 5III l. 3: hræva ‘ of corpses’
Þul Sverða 6III l. 3: hræ ‘corpse’
Þul Spjóts 1III l. 4: hræ ‘corpse’
Ólhv Frag 4III l. 4: hræ ‘the corpse’
Anon (Vǫls) 6VIII (Vǫls 26) l. 2: hræ ‘carcass’

compounds:
Anon Krm 6VIII, l. 3: rægagarr ‘corpse-hound’
Anon Krm 7VIII, l. 7: rækyndill ‘the corpse-candle’
Anon Leið 5VII, l. 2: hrælinns ‘of the serpent {of carrion-’
Anon Líkn 34VII, l. 6: hræskóðs ‘of the corpse-scathe’
Arn Hryn 14II, l. 3: hrælǫg ‘the corpse-sea’
Arn Þorfdr 18II, l. 8: morginhræ ‘morning-carrion’
ESk Eystdr 1II, l. 7: hræskúfs ‘of the carrion-skua’
ESk Geisl 69VII, l. 6: hræsíks ‘of the corpse-fish’
ESk Hardr I 1II, l. 8: hræskurðr ‘the carrion-cleaver’
ESk Hardr I 2II, l. 8: hrækǫst ‘a corpse-pile’
Eskál Vell 29I, l. 6: hrægamma ‘corpse-birds’
Eskál Vell 35I, l. 3: hréstefnandi ‘-summoner’
Eskál Vell 35I, l. 3: hræstefnandi ‘-summoner’
HSt Rst 5I, l. 5: Hrælinns ‘of the corpse-serpent’
Hfr Óldr 4I, l. 2: hræskóð ‘corpse-harmers’
Hókr Eirfl 1I, l. 6: hrægeitunga ‘of carrion-birds’
RvHbreiðm Hl 50III, l. 6: hræflóð ‘carrion-flood’
Sigv Nesv 14I, l. 6: hrælinns ‘of the corpse-snake’
SnSt Ht 61III, l. 1: Hræljóma ‘of the corpse-gleam’
Sturl Hákkv 17II, l. 1: hræleiptr ‘corpse-lightnings’
Sturl Hákkv 19II, l. 5: hrælögr ‘corpse-sea’
Þfagr Sveinn 5II, l. 3: hrækǫstu ‘corpse-piles’
Þhorn Harkv 20I, l. 2: hræsævar ‘of the corpse-sea’
ÞjóðA Sex 28II, l. 1: hræteina ‘of carrion-twigs’
ÞjóðA Sex 30II, l. 4: hrægamms ‘of the corpse-vulture’
Tindr Hákdr 6I, l. 6: hræ*birtinga ‘of the corpse-trout’
Anon (TGT) 12III, l. 4: hræpolls ‘of the carrion-pool’
ǪrvOdd Lv 29VIII (Ǫrv 65), l. 8: hrægjóðar ‘carrion-ospreys’
Hjþ Lv 4VIII (HjǪ 7), l. 3: hrækerti ‘the corpse-candle’
Þul Sverða 5III, l. 3: hræva-Gautr ‘Gautr of corpses’
Þul Sverða 6III, l. 3: hrævarðr ‘corpse-wrapped one’
Þul Spjóts 1III, l. 4: hræmæki ‘corpse-sword’
Anon (Vǫls) 6VIII (Vǫls 26), l. 2: vitnishræ ‘a wolf carcass’

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