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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Anon Heil 24VII l. 2: mættir ‘the strengths’
Anon Líkn 38VII l. 6: mætti ‘might’
Anon Mey 36VII l. 6: mætti ‘might’
Anon Mv I 23VII l. 1: Máttr ‘power’
Anon Mv III 1VII l. 1: mátt ‘power’
Anon Mv III 27VII l. 3: mátt ‘power’
Anon Óldr 1I l. 4: mætti ‘power’
Anon Pét 18VII l. 8: mátta ‘powers’
Anon Vitn 10VII l. 1: mætti ‘power’
Arn Magndr 7II l. 3: môttr ‘the strength’
Arn Þorfdr 10II l. 5: máttar ‘of his strength’
Ekúl Kristdr 2III l. 3: môtt ‘power’
Ekúl Kristdr 3III l. 1: Môttr ‘power’
Eskál Vell 36I l. 3 [variant]: mætti ‘’
Anon Lil 38VII l. 3: máttrinn ‘might’
Anon Lil 58VII l. 6: mættir ‘his powers’
Anon Lil 65VII l. 3: mætti ‘strength’
Anon Lil 65VII l. 4: máttrinn ‘power’
Gamlkan Has 40VII l. 1: môttr ‘The might’
GunnLeif Merl II 11VIII (Bret 11) l. 3: máttr ‘strength’
GunnLeif Merl I 31VIII (Bret 99) l. 8: mátt ‘power’
Mark Eirdr 28II l. 8: máttar ‘of the might’
Ník Jóndr 2VII l. 8: môtt ‘potence’
Sigv Lv 28I l. 3: môtt ‘power’
Skapti Frag 1III l. 1: Máttr ‘The power’
SnSt Ht 89III l. 6: mátt ‘overpowering’
SnSt Frag 1III l. 2: máttar ‘power’
Anon (TGT) 17III l. 3: máttr ‘might’

Ekúl Kristdr 3III, l. 1: Môttrs ‘power is’
Ník Jóndr 2VII, l. 8: almôtt ‘[his] omnipotence’

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