Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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mágr (noun m.)

‘brother-, father-, or son-in-law’
ONP (prose citations):76721428
SkP: 17127911 (prose):4821392394

forms: môgum, mágr, mag, Mágar, Mágur nom m sg, mág acc m sg, mága m pl, mágana, máginn, mágum dat m pl, mágur nom m sg, mágurinn, mak, mik, mnk, mah, mags, ma..., maki, mági, mágar, mágs, maghr, mágr

Anon Mv I 7VII l. 7: mág ‘son-in-law’
BjHall Kálffl 8I l. 1: mági ‘the son-in-law’
EVald Þórr 3III l. 4: mágs ‘of the kinsman’
Eil Þdr 5III l. 8: mága ‘of the in-laws’
HalldR Lv 1I l. 6: mági ‘kinsman’
Ill Har 4II l. 2: môgum ‘brothers-in-law’
Ólhv Hryn 5II l. 1: mága ‘the relatives’
Rv Lv 30II l. 6: mágr ‘the in-law’
Sigv Erlfl 9I l. 3: mágr ‘brother-in-law’
Sturl Hákkv 24II l. 3: mágr ‘the in-law’
Sturl Hákfl 3II l. 3: mági ‘the in-law’
Þjóð Haustl 15III l. 2: mági ‘the kinsman’
StarkSt Vík 2VIII (Gautr 10) l. 4: mágar ‘the kinsmen’
Ásb Ævkv 5VIII (OStór 8) l. 8: mágar ‘kinsmen’
Þul Manna 9III l. 6: mágr ‘in-law’
Innsteinn Innkv 2VIII (Hálf 16) l. 7: mági ‘kinsman’
Innsteinn Innkv 10VIII (Hálf 30) l. 6: mági ‘kinsman’


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