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Data from Samnordisk runtextdatabas

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ungrouped:

compounds:
Anon Heil 15VII, l. 8: kverkameini ‘caused him pain in his throat’
Anon Heildr 9VII, l. 2: meinlausum ‘the sinless’
Anon Hsv 139VII, l. 1: Meinlæti ‘self-chastisement’
Anon Leið 11VII, l. 6: meinhrjóðandi ‘harm-destroyer’
Anon Líkn 13VII, l. 2: meinlætum ‘tribulations’
Anon Líkn 43VII, l. 4: meinlæti ‘agonies’
Anon Líkn 46VII, l. 8: meinlæti ‘torments’
Anon Mv II 12VII, l. 4: lífsmein ‘harming the life’
Anon Mv III 13VII, l. 7: meinafullir ‘full of evil’
Anon Mv III 24VII, l. 6: stórmein ‘great harm’
Anon Óldr 23I, l. 8: meinfœrt ‘the going dangerous’
Anon Pét 26VII, l. 2: meingerðum ‘by injuries’
Anon Pl 54VII, l. 4: meinstygg ‘the sin-shy’
Þul Kálfv 2III, l. 3: Meinþjófr ‘Meinþjófr’
ESk Geisl 60VII, l. 8: meinsamliga ‘painfully’
Eil Þdr 3III, l. 2: meinsvarra ‘of the harm-woman’
Eyv Hál 11I, l. 2: meinvinnǫndum ‘for the workers {of the harm’
Gamlkan Has 19VII, l. 6: meinlæti ‘sufferings’
Gsind Hákdr 2I, l. 4: selmeina ‘of seal-wounds [Selund]’
Steinn Nizv 3II, l. 2: meinfœrt ‘’
ÞKolb Eirdr 6I, l. 1: Meinrennir ‘Harm-banisher’
ÞSkegg Hardr 1II, l. 4: aðalmeini ‘major injury’
Þjóð Yt 4I, l. 5: meinþjóf ‘the harmful thief’
ÞjóðA Magnfl 18II, l. 4: meinfœrt ‘perilous’
Anon (TGT) 28III, l. 4: hálmmein ‘straw-harm’
Herv Lv 10VIII (Heiðr 27), l. 3: meingjarnir ‘keen on harm’
Hundk Lv 7VIII (HjǪ 40), l. 6: meinhugaðr ‘malevolent’
Keth Lv 20VIII (Ket 36), l. 3: meingöldrum ‘harmful spells’
Svart Skauf 42VIII, l. 6: meinþurðar ‘the entertainment’

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Runic data from Samnordisk runtextdatabas, Uppsala universitet, unless otherwise stated