Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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ljúga (verb)

ONP (prose citations):177721868
SkP: 21127911 (prose):411392394

forms: lygi, logit, login, ló, ljúgumk, lýgr, lýgk, Lýgur, ljúga infinitive, ljúgast, ljúgi sg 3rd pres, ljúgir, ljúgið, logið , lýgur sg pres, Lygi, Logit, Lýgk, ljúgum, lꝩgr, logna, lꝩgi, loginn, lýgi

Anon GnóðÁsm 1III l. 3: ljúga ‘lying’
Anon Mv III 12VII l. 4: ‘lied’
Anon Mv III 21VII l. 5: ‘lied’
Anon Sól 11VII l. 6 [variant]: login ‘’
Anon Sól 67VII l. 3: logit ‘slandered’
Anon Sól 81VII l. 6: login ‘untruthful [lit. lying]’
Anon Vitn 16VII l. 8: ljúga ‘lied’
ESk Geisl 58VII l. 5: Lygi ‘lying’
Eil Þdr 1III l. 3: ljúga ‘lying’
Hharð Lv 5II l. 1: Logit ‘lied’
RvHbreiðm Hl 43III l. 5: ljúga ‘lie’
Sigv Berv 9II l. 5: ljúgi ‘lie’
Sigv ErfÓl 23I l. 1: Lýgk ‘I lie’
Sigv Erl 1I l. 7: lýgr ‘is lying’
Sigv Lv 25I l. 7: ljúgumk ‘I am cheated’
Steinarr Woman 1III l. 2: logit ‘deceived’
ÞjóðA Lv 3II l. 1: Logit ‘broken faith’
Valg Har 8II l. 6: ‘deprived’
Anon (Vǫlsa) 3I l. 4: ljúga ‘tell a lie’
Bjarmij Lv 1VIII (Heiðr 14) l. 1: Logit ‘lied’


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