Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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kaldr (adj.)

ONP (prose citations):86721428
SkP: 46127911 (prose):651392394

forms: kaldri, kald, kaldi, kalds, Kalt, kalda f sg, kaldur nom m sg, kaldast, Kaldr, Kald, calldr, kallt, callda, kolld, klldu, callt, kolldom, kaulldu, kavlldvm, kalldr, kaulldum, kavlld, kolldumm, kaldan, kallder, köld, kalldare, kalldan, kolldum, kalldann, kalltt, kalldir, kǫlldvm, kalldri, köldu dat sg, kaulld, kaldum, kỏlldu, kaldar, kǫldum, kǫld, köldum, kaldr, kalt, kꜹld, cꜹldom

Anon Heil 5VII l. 7: kalda ‘cold’
Anon Hsv 105VII l. 4: kald ‘’
Anon Mey 45VII l. 5: köldu ‘cruel’
Anon Mey 48VII l. 2: kaldar ‘cruel’
Anon Mgr 1VII l. 6: kaldi ‘the cold’
Anon Mv I 10VII l. 1: köldum ‘by cold’
Anon Mv III 10VII l. 4: kaldr ‘cold’
Anon Sól 45VII l. 6: kaldr ‘cold’
Bjbp Jóms 16I l. 3: kaldr ‘the cold’
Bjbp Jóms 33I l. 6: kǫldum ‘the cold’
ESk Geisl 58VII l. 4: kaldri ‘the cold’
ESk Sigdr I 3II l. 2: kaldan ‘cold’
ESk Frag 16III l. 1: Kaldr ‘the cold’
Eskál Vell 10I l. 8: kǫld ‘cold’
GunnLeif Merl II 51VIII (Bret 51) l. 6: kǫld ‘cold’
GunnLeif Merl I 90VIII (Bret 158) l. 4: kaldar ‘cold’
GunnLeif Merl I 92VIII (Bret 160) l. 5: kǫldum ‘the cold’
Ólhv Hryn 3II l. 4: kaldar ‘hostile’
Rv Lv 10II l. 4: kalt ‘cold’
RvHbreiðm Hl 40III l. 4: kaldr ‘The cold’
SnSt Ht 17III l. 4: kǫld ‘the cold’
SnSt Ht 22III l. 8: kǫld ‘the cold’
SnSt Ht 36III l. 6: kaldr ‘The cold’
SnSt Ht 76III l. 4: kalt ‘the cold’
SnSt Ht 78III l. 2: kaldr ‘The cold’
SnSt Ht 101III l. 6: kaldan ‘the cold’
SnSt Ht 101III l. 7: kaldan ‘the cold’
Steinn Óldr 6II l. 6: kǫldum ‘with the cold’
Sturl Hryn 12II l. 3: köldum ‘cold’
Sturl Hryn 20II l. 2: kalda ‘the cold’
ÞGísl Búdr 2I l. 8: kalda ‘cold’
Þjóð Yt 23I l. 9: kaldr ‘cold’
ÞjóðA Lv 2II l. 4: kald ‘cold’
Þjsk Lv 5I l. 8: kǫld ‘the cold’
Þór Lv 1I l. 2: kaldan ‘cold’
Þorm Lv 18I l. 8: kǫld ‘the cold’
Þorm Lv 21I l. 6: kalda ‘cold’
Valg Har 11II l. 6: kaldan ‘the cold’
Anon (FoGT) 12III l. 6: kalt ‘what is cold’
Anon (FoGT) 30III l. 4: kalds ‘of the cold’
StarkSt Vík 15VIII (Gautr 23) l. 7: köldum ‘with its cold’
Marm Lv 7VIII (Hálf 12) l. 1: Kalt ‘Cold’
Þul Jǫtna II 2III l. 2: Kald ‘Kald’
ÞjóðA Magn 11II l. 2: kǫld ‘cold’
AngH Lv 2VIII (Heiðr 95) l. 3: kaldr ‘the cold’

Anon Hsv 105VII, l. 4: kaldráð ‘a calculating’
ESk Sigdr I 3II, l. 2: hafkaldan ‘the sea-cold’
Eskál Vell 10I, l. 8: lífkǫld ‘the life-cold’
Sturl Hryn 12II, l. 3: æsiköldum ‘the terribly cold’
ÞGísl Búdr 2I, l. 8: sviðkalda ‘singeing-cold’
Þjóð Yt 23I, l. 9: élkaldr ‘the blizzard-cold’
ÞjóðA Lv 2II, l. 4: kaldnefr ‘cold-beak [the anchor]’
Þul Jǫtna II 2III, l. 2: Kaldgrani ‘Kaldgrani’
ÞjóðA Magn 11II, l. 2: ískǫld ‘ice-cold’

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