Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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látr (noun n.)

‘lair’

sourcefreq.total
ONP (prose citations):15721428
SkP: 14127911
Malfong.is (prose):01392394

forms: látrs, látrs, látr, *látri, látra, látrs

ungrouped:
Anon Hsv 3VII l. 1: látr ‘’
Anon Óldr 20I l. 4: látr ‘lair’
Anon Pl 50VII l. 7: látrs ‘of the ground’
Arn Hardr 12II l. 2: látrs ‘lair’
ESk Geisl 16VII l. 4: látrs ‘of the lair’
ESk Øxfl 1III l. 4: látra ‘with lairs’
Eil Þdr 21III l. 6: látrs ‘lair’
Eyv Hál 10I l. 5 [variant]: látr ‘’
Eyv Lv 11I l. 8: látr ‘the resting-place’
Sigv Lv 3I l. 7: látrs ‘of the lair’
Sigv Lv 4I l. 6: látr ‘of the lair’
Steinn Nizv 6II l. 4: látrs ‘lair’
Þhorn Lv 1I l. 2: *látri ‘a bed’
Þmaur Frag 1III l. 2: látrs ‘of the lair’
Þorm Lv 10I l. 2: látr ‘the lair’

compounds:
Anon Hsv 3VII, l. 1: Þarflátr ‘humble’
Anon Óldr 20I, l. 4: látrkennir ‘master lair’
Arn Hardr 12II, l. 2: látrs ‘lair’
Sigv Lv 4I, l. 6: látrþverrandi ‘diminisher {of the lair’

indexed kennings:

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