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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Anon Heildr 15VII l. 7: löst ‘vice’
Anon Hsv 13VII l. 6: löst ‘vices’
Anon Hsv 23VII l. 6: last ‘virtuously’
Anon Hsv 32VII l. 3: löst ‘faults’
Anon Hsv 64VII l. 4: löstum ‘vices’
Anon Hsv 88VII l. 1: Löstum ‘the vices’
Anon Hsv 89VII l. 3: last ‘’
Kálf Kátr 23VII l. 7: löstum ‘flaws’
Anon Líkn 37VII l. 6: last ‘sin’
Anon Mdr 15VII l. 3: löstum ‘sins’
Anon Mey 11VII l. 5: löstum ‘vices’
Anon Pét 4VII l. 3: löstu ‘vices’
Anon Pét 26VII l. 3: löst ‘a sin’
Anon Pét 33VII l. 3: löst ‘sin’
Anon Pét 45VII l. 2: löst* ‘sin’
Anon Pét 54VII l. 2: lasta ‘of sins’
Anon Ól 5I l. 6: last ‘fault’
Anon Lil 45VII l. 2: löstum ‘faults’
Gamlkan Has 55VII l. 4: last ‘in sin’
Gamlkan Has 56VII l. 2: lasta ‘sins’
Gamlkan Has 58VII l. 5: last ‘sin’
Sigv Austv 7I l. 8: lǫst ‘faults’
Sigv Austv 7I l. 8 [variant]: last ‘’
ÞjóðA Sex 27II l. 6: last ‘The fault’

Anon Hsv 23VII, l. 6: lastvarr ‘virtuously’
Anon Hsv 89VII, l. 3: lastvarr ‘as a virtuous person’
Anon Líkn 37VII, l. 6: lastbundnir ‘sin-bound’
Anon Ól 5I, l. 6: lastvarr ‘faultless’
Gamlkan Has 55VII, l. 4: lastauðigr ‘rich in sin’
Gamlkan Has 56VII, l. 2: lastaverk ‘sins’
Gamlkan Has 58VII, l. 5: lastauknum ‘sin-laden’
ÞjóðA Sex 27II, l. 6: lastvarr ‘The fault-shunning’

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