Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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lyfta (verb)

‘lift, raise’

sourcefreq.total
ONP (prose citations):82721868
SkP: 15127911
Malfong.is (prose):211392394

forms: lyp*ti, lypti, lyftum, lypt, lyfta, lyptask, lypta, lyptak, lypt, Lyfti, Lyftist, lyft, lyfti sg 3rd pret, lyftir sg 3rd pres, lyftist sg 3rd pret, lyftu, Lyftu, Lypta, Lyptak, lyptir

ungrouped:
Anon Leið 4VII l. 3: lypti ‘the lifting’
Anon Pét 17VII l. 5: Lyftu ‘They began’
Anon Pl 31VII l. 3: lyp*ti ‘the bearing’
Eil Þdr 18III l. 3: lypti ‘the raised’
Anon Lil 51VII l. 5: lyftum ‘lifted’
Anon Lil 57VII l. 5: lyftum ‘lifted’
Anon Lil 63VII l. 5: lyftum ‘lifted’
Anon Lil 69VII l. 5: lyftum ‘lifted’
Anon Lil 75VII l. 5: lyftum ‘lifted’
Gamlkan Has 18VII l. 3: lypti ‘the lifting’
RvHbreiðm Hl 17III l. 5: lypt ‘uplifted’
SnSt Ht 52III l. 2: lyptask ‘are lifted’
SnSt Ht 77III l. 5: Lypta ‘lift’
SnSt Ht 97III l. 1: Lyptak ‘I lifted up’
ÞjóðA Sex 4II l. 1: lypt ‘raised up’

compounds:
Anon Leið 4VII, l. 3: lyptimeiðum ‘the lifting-poles’
Anon Pl 31VII, l. 3: lyp*ti-Móða ‘the bearing-Móði’
Eil Þdr 18III, l. 3: lyptisylg ‘the raised drink’
Gamlkan Has 18VII, l. 3: lyptimeiða ‘the lifting-poles’

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