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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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ungrouped:
Anon Leið 13VII l. 5: Lúta ‘bow down’
Anon Leið 17VII l. 5: Lúta ‘bow down’
Anon Leið 21VII l. 5: Lúta ‘bow down’
Anon Mdr 6VII l. 1: Lýtr ‘bow’
Anon Mdr 9VII l. 5: Lýtr ‘bows down’
Anon Mdr 18VII l. 5: Lýtr ‘bows down’
Anon Mdr 27VII l. 5: Lýtr ‘bows down’
Anon Mv I 28VII l. 1: Lúta ‘bow down’
Anon Nikdr 3III l. 1: laut ‘bowed’
Anon Pl 32VII l. 1: Lýtr ‘bows’
Anon Pl 39VII l. 5: Lýtr ‘bows’
Anon Pl 46VII l. 5: Lýtr ‘bows’
Anon Sól 41VII l. 4: laut ‘bowed’
Anon Sól 71VII l. 5: lutu ‘bowed’
Anon Vitn 17VII l. 5: Laut ‘knelt’
Bkrepp Magndr 9II l. 1: laut ‘bent’
ESk Geisl 66VII l. 5: Lúti ‘bow before’
ESk Frag 7III l. 2: lúta ‘sink down’
Eil Þdr 13III l. 8: lúta ‘fell’
Ekúl Kristdr 1III l. 1: lýtr ‘bow’
Ekúl Kristdr 2III l. 1: lýtr ‘bows’
Eyv Hák 7I l. 3: lutu ‘swung down’
Eyv Lv 3I l. 1: Lýtr ‘sinks’
Glúmr Gráf 6I l. 5 [variant]: laut ‘’
Jór Send 1I l. 3: lutu ‘collapsed’
Jór Send 5I l. 3 [variant]: laut ‘’
Kolli Ingdr 3II l. 2: laut ‘bent’
Ótt Hfl 9I l. 5: Laut ‘bowed down’
SnSt Ht 13III l. 3: lýtr ‘bow’
ÞKolb Eirdr 10I l. 1 [variant]: lútu ‘’
ÞjóðA Magnfl 17II l. 1: laut ‘stooped’
ÞjóðA Sex 11II l. 5: Lýtr ‘bends’
TorfE Lv 5I l. 8 [variant]: lúta ‘’
Anon (TGT) 3III l. 2: laut ‘fell’
Anon (FoGT) 5III l. 1: lýtr ‘bows’
HervH Lv 3VIII (HjǪ 26) l. 2: lúta ‘bow’

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