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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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ungrouped:
Anon Alpost 10VII l. 6: kirkju ‘of ‘the church’
Anon Mey 15VII l. 8: kirkju ‘the church’
Anon Mey 51VII l. 5: kirkju ‘of the church’
Anon Mey 54VII l. 7: kirkja ‘church’
Anon Mv I 14VII l. 3: kirkju ‘the Church’
Anon Mv I 26VII l. 2: kirkju ‘church’
Anon Mv II 6VII l. 4: kirkja ‘a church’
Anon Mv II 13VII l. 7: kirkju ‘of the Church’
Anon Nkt 31II l. 6: kirkju ‘kirken’
Anon Nkt 35II l. 7: kirkju ‘kirken’
Anon Nkt 41II l. 7: kirkju ‘kirken’
Anon Nkt 51II l. 8: kirkju ‘kirken’
Anon Nkt 55II l. 10: kirkju ‘kirken’
Anon Vitn 5VII l. 8: kirkju ‘church’
Anon Vitn 14VII l. 8: kirkju ‘the Church’
Anon Vitn 22VII l. 2: kirkju ‘the church’
ESk Geisl 34VII l. 7: kirkju ‘kirken’
GunnLeif Merl I 3VIII (Bret 71) l. 6: kœnir ‘wise’
GunnLeif Merl I 23VIII (Bret 91) l. 2: kirkjur ‘churches’
Anon Brúðv 12VII l. 1: Kirkju ‘church’

compounds:
Anon Mv I 14VII, l. 3: Máríukirkju ‘the Church of Mary’
Anon Vitn 14VII, l. 8: Máríukirkju ‘the Church of Mary’

indexed kennings:

index entries (as compounds):
• Máríukirkja (Máríukirkja - church of Mary)

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