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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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ungrouped:
Anon Gyð 8VII l. 8: ‘of the horse’
Gestumbl Heiðr 25VIII (Heiðr 72) l. 6: jór ‘the steed’
Anon Óldr 4I l. 3: ‘of the stallion’
Þul Þorgþ I 2III l. 6: Jór ‘Jór’
Bkrepp Magndr 3II l. 7: jór ‘the horse’
Eyv Hál 4I l. 5: ‘horse’
Gamlkan Has 32VII l. 3: ‘of the horse’
Hskv Hardr 2II l. 2: ‘horseback’
Sigv Austv 11I l. 1: Jór ‘steed’
Sigv Nesv 7I l. 6: ‘the horse’
Sigv Nesv 7I l. 6 [variant]: jór ‘’
Sigv Nesv 7I l. 6 [variant]: jós ‘’
ÞSjár Þórdr 1I l. 2: ‘of the steed’
Anon (FoGT) 22III l. 2: jóa ‘the steeds’
Anon (Mberf) 5II l. 6: ‘steed’
Þul Hesta 3III l. 7: Jór ‘Jór’
Hávh Lv 1III l. 1: ‘of the steed’

compounds:
Anon Gyð 8VII, l. 8: jóríðanda ‘for the rider {of the horse’
Anon Óldr 4I, l. 3: jóskreytandi ‘adorner {{of the stallion’
Gamlkan Has 32VII, l. 3: jóskreytandi ‘adorner {of the horse’
ÞSjár Þórdr 1I, l. 2: jódraugar ‘logs {of the steed’
Hávh Lv 1III, l. 1: jódraugum ‘for the logs {of the steed’

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