Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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1. kasta (verb)

‘throw’

sourcefreq.total
ONP (prose citations):416727565
SkP: 13127911
Malfong.is (prose):4271392394

forms: kastat, kastaða, kǫstuðu, Kasta, Kastar sg 3rd pres, Kastað, Kastaði sg 3rd pret, Kastið, Köstuðu, kasta pl 3rd pres infinitive, kastar sg 3rd pres, kastast, kastað nom n sg pret, kastaðir, kastir, köstum pl 1st pres, köstuðu pl 3rd pret, kastaði, Köstuðust, kastaðr, köstuðust, caſtir, caſtaði

ungrouped:
Kálf Kátr 10VII l. 8: kasta ‘cast off’
Kálf Kátr 26VII l. 4: kasta ‘abandoned’
Anon Krm 6VIII l. 2: kastaði ‘cast’
Anon Krm 15VIII l. 9: kastaði ‘propelled’
Anon Leið 10VII l. 4: kasta ‘cast’
Anon Líkn 33VII l. 6: kasta ‘toss’
Anon Mv I 19VII l. 6: köstuðu ‘threw’
RvHbreiðm Hl 7III l. 5: kasta ‘throw’
SnSt Ht 76III l. 3: kasta ‘throws aside’
Þstf Lv 3II l. 3: kastat ‘he distributed’
Tindr Hákdr 1I l. 8: kasta ‘throw off’
ǪgmEyb Lv 2VIII (Ǫrv 32) l. 1: kasta ‘cast off’
Þfagr Frag 2III l. 1: Kastar ‘throws’
ÞjóðA Magn 3II l. 4: kastat ‘hurled’

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