Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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2. hvíla (verb)

ONP (prose citations):176725694
SkP: 15127911 (prose):901392394

forms: hvíldar, hvílð, hwilis, hvílask, Hvíldu, hvíla infinitive, hvílast infinitive, hvíldi sg 3rd pret, hvíldist, hvíli, hvílir sg 3rd pres, hvílt, -uilis, huilir, hyilir, huiler, hvíldust pl 3rd pret, hvílaz, hvılþı, hvílði, hvíldu, hvílda, hvíldan, hvíldir, hvilda, hvilaz, hvila

Anon Alpost 1VII l. 3: hvílir ‘rests’
Anon Heil 13VII l. 5: hvíla ‘to rest’
Kálf Kátr 38VII l. 7: hvíli ‘rests’
Anon Mgr 35VII l. 7: hvílaz ‘to rest’
Anon Nkt 35II l. 4: hvílir ‘rests’
Anon Pl 49VII l. 1: hvíldar ‘rest’
Anon Sól 46VII l. 6: hvílð ‘rest’
ESk Geisl 9VII l. 7: hvílir ‘rests’
ESk Geisl 26VII l. 1: hvílir ‘rests’
ESk Sigdr I 1II l. 5: hvílask ‘rest’
ÓTr Lv 2I l. 4: hvílask ‘rest’
Steinn Óldr 7II l. 3: hvílir ‘rests’
Þjsk Lv 6I l. 8: hvílask ‘linger’
ǪrvOdd Ævdr 58VIII (Ǫrv 128) l. 7: hvílaz ‘to rest’
ǪrvOdd Ævdr 59VIII (Ǫrv 129) l. 8: hvílaz ‘to stay’


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