Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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lemmata

Dictionary headwords relevant to the editions

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hurð (noun f.)

‘door’

sourcefreq.total
ONP (prose citations):83721428
SkP: 10127911
Malfong.is (prose):1871392394

forms: hurða, Hurðin, Hurðirnar, hurð f sg, hurðinni dat f sg, hurðum dat f pl, hurdir, hurdu, hurd, hvrðir, hurdirnar, hurðina acc f sg, hurdumm, hurdum, hurðin nom f sg, hvrþin, hurdar, hurdv, hurþir, hurðunne, hurðu f sg, hurþv, hvrdin, Hurðir, hvrþ, hurþo, hurdina, hvrðv, hurdunni, hurder, hurðena, Hurþ, hurduɴi, hurðir f pl, hurþer, hvrðvm, hurðunni dat f sg, hvrdar, hurdin, hvrdir, hurðenne, hvrðunni, hurðar gen f sg, hvrdunne, hurdunum, hurþ, hvrð, hurdunne, hurðirnar, hurðarinnar gen f sg, hvrþina, hvrd, Hvrrðer, hvrþir, hvrþom

ungrouped:
Anon Liðs 10I l. 2: hurð ‘the door’
Bragi Rdr 11III l. 5: hurðir ‘hurdles’
ESk Øxfl 1III l. 2: hurðar ‘door’
Eskál Vell 22I l. 2: hurðum ‘doors’
Eskál Vell 26I l. 7: hurða ‘of the doors’
Eskál Vell 26I l. 7 [variant]: hurðar ‘’
Mberf Lv 3II l. 7: hurðir ‘the doors’
Sigv Austv 4I l. 2: hurð ‘the door’
Sigv Austv 4I l. 2 [variant]: hurðum ‘’
Vígf Hák 1I l. 1: hurðir ‘doors’

compounds:
ESk Øxfl 1III, l. 2: meginhurðar ‘mighty door’
Eskál Vell 22I, l. 2: mjúkhurðum ‘the pliant doors’

indexed kennings:

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