Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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kaupa (verb)

‘buy’

sourcefreq.total
ONP (prose citations):306728073
SkP: 12127911
Malfong.is (prose):4891392394

forms: keyptan n sg, kaupask, Kaupa, Kaupir, Keypt, Keypti, Keyptu, kaupast, kaupi sg 3rd pres, kaupir sg pres, kaupist sg 3rd pres, kauptu, keypt sg pret, keyptu pl 3rd pret, keyptum, keyptur nom m sg pret participle, keyptuð, kaubti, kyfti, keyptir, kaupa, cayptı, keypti, Keyptir, keypta, cꜹpir, cpa, keꝩptz, cꜹpa, keꝩpta, cꜹpom

ungrouped:
Anon Mhkv 21III l. 4: kaupa ‘buy’
Anon Sól 62VII l. 4: kaupir ‘purchases’
BjKálfs Lv 1II l. 6: kaupa ‘bargain’
EBrún Lv 1III l. 1: Kaupir ‘buys’
Sigv ErfÓl 4I l. 2: kaupask ‘to buy themselves’
Sigv Vestv 4I l. 7: keypt ‘dealt’
ÞjóðA Sex 4II l. 7: keyptan ‘purchased’
ǪrvOdd Ævdr 38VIII (Ǫrv 108) l. 8: kaupa ‘buy’
Hróksv Hrkv 9VIII (Hálf 59) l. 6: kaupa ‘to be bought’
Vargeisa Lv 6VIII (HjǪ 46) l. 1: Keyptir ‘bought’
EirRagn Lv 1VIII (Ragn 11) l. 2: kaupa ‘to purchase’
AngH Lv 8VIII (Heiðr 108) l. 4: kaupa ‘bargain’

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