Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Dictionary headwords relevant to the editions

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kløkkr (adj.)

‘flexible, humble’

sourcefreq.total
ONP (prose citations):9721428
SkP: 12127911
Malfong.is (prose):11392394

forms: klökkum, klökku, kløkkva, kløkkvan, kløkkar, kløkkr, kløkk, klökkur, Kløkkar, klauckan, klǫkkr, klckvir, klavckv, klꜹkt, klœkt, klökk, klockr, clocc, klꜹck, klꜹccvir, kløcqvir, klckr, klóckur, klỏckvir, klökkr, klỏckr, kleckr

ungrouped:
Kálf Kátr 22VII l. 5: klökku ‘humble’
Anon Mgr 40VII l. 7: klökku ‘the agitated’
Anon Mgr 48VII l. 4: klökku ‘the agitated’
Arn Þorfdr 21II l. 6: kløkkva ‘the pliant’
Anon Lil 2VII l. 3: klökkum ‘with a humble’
Anon Lil 79VII l. 7: klökkur ‘contrite’
Anon Lil 91VII l. 6: klökk ‘tenderly’
Ív Sig 16II l. 5: Kløkkar ‘became pliable’
Mberf Lv 1II l. 3: kløkkvan ‘the flexible’
SnSt Ht 21III l. 8: kløkk ‘yielding’
SnSt Ht 22III l. 7: kløkkvan ‘the flexible’
Ólhv Frag 8III l. 1: kløkkr ‘flexing’

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