Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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inna (verb)

‘to pay, discharge, relate, tell; to announce, confirm’
ONP (prose citations):141721428
SkP: 24127911 (prose):361392394

forms: innendr, inniz, intag, inta, inntak, Innti sg 3rd pret, inna infinitive, innast, innir sg pres, innt , innti sg 3rd pret, Inntak, inti, int, innik, inni, inntu, inntust, intag, iɴti

Kálf Kátr 3VII l. 3: inna ‘tell’
Anon Líkn 47VII l. 2: inna ‘to relate’
Anon Mgr 11VII l. 1: inna ‘tell’
Anon Mgr 42VII l. 5: inna ‘tell’
Anon Mv I 2VII l. 7: inna ‘tell’
Anon Mv I 29VII l. 2: intag ‘I composed it’
Anon Mv I 29VII l. 3: inta ‘told’
Anon Mv II 20VII l. 2: inna ‘express’
Anon Nkt 36II l. 5: Inntak ‘I recounted’
Anon Pét 9VII l. 7: inna ‘speak’
Anon Pét 31VII l. 8: inna ‘to report’
Anon Vitn 2VII l. 7: inna ‘to tell’
ESk Geisl 7VII l. 7: innik ‘I tell’
ESk Geisl 51VII l. 6: innendr ‘doers’
ESk Geisl 56VII l. 5: inna ‘tell’
Anon Lil 2VII l. 3: inniz ‘be talk of’
Anon Lil 64VII l. 1: inna ‘utter’
HSt Rst 29I l. 2: inna ‘present’
Hharð Lv 8II l. 5: inna ‘yield’
Hskv Útdr 2II l. 4: inna ‘tell of’
Sigv Vestv 6I l. 3: innik ‘I utter them’
Anon Brúðv 28VII l. 2: inna ‘to tell’
Þul Jǫtna I 1III l. 2: inna ‘tell’


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