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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Anon Heildr 14VII l. 1: leyndum ‘the secret’
Anon Hsv 59VII l. 3: leynir ‘conceals’
Anon Hsv 64VII l. 5: leyna ‘conceal’
Anon Hsv 72VII l. 6: leyniz ‘conceals’
Anon Hsv 88VII l. 1: leyna ‘hide’
Anon Hsv 100VII l. 6: leynt ‘hidden’
Anon Hsv 100VII l. 6 [variant]: leynt ‘’
Anon Hsv 115VII l. 4: leyndir ‘secret’
Kálf Kátr 10VII l. 7: leyndar ‘hidden’
Anon Mgr 37VII l. 8: leynda ‘secret’
Anon Pét 33VII l. 5: Leyndi ‘concealed’
Anon Pl 30VII l. 5: leynði ‘concealed’
ESk Geisl 13VII l. 5: Leyndi ‘concealed’
Gamlkan Has 13VII l. 3: leyndak ‘I concealed’
Gamlkan Has 44VII l. 2: leynða ‘concealed from’
GunnLeif Merl II 22VIII (Bret 22) l. 3: leynir ‘will hide’
Sigv Lv 23I l. 7: leynik ‘shall I conceal’
Arn Lv 1II l. 3: leynik ‘conceal’
KrákÁsl Lv 7VIII (Ragn 18) l. 5: leyna ‘to make a secret’
Herv Lv 15VIII (Heiðr 38) l. 8: leyna ‘hide it’
EirRagn Lv 2VIII (Ragn 12) l. 8: leyni ‘conceals’
ÞjóðA Magn 13II l. 3: leynum ‘hide’
Sveinn Frag 1III l. 3: leyni ‘of the hiding’

Sveinn Frag 1III, l. 3: leynisíka ‘of the hiding fishes’

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