Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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merkja (verb)

‘mark, signify’
ONP (prose citations):212722458
SkP: 19127911 (prose):171392394

forms: merktr, merkði, merkðar, merkiz, merkð, mæirkti, merkðan, Merkja, merkir, merkja infinitive, merkjum, merkt, merkti, mærkia, merktan, merkiandi, merkðu, męrcþ, merkia

Kálf Kátr 24VII l. 8: merkja ‘signify’
Anon Mdr 16VII l. 2: merkja ‘signs’
Anon Mdr 30VII l. 4: merkt ‘designated’
Anon Pét 51VII l. 7: merkiz ‘is found’
Anon Pl 30VII l. 4: merkði ‘he had set aside’
Anon Sól 47VII l. 4: merkir ‘demonstrates’
Anon Sól 61VII l. 6: merkðar ‘marked’
ESk Geisl 44VII l. 7: merktr ‘decorated’
ESk Geisl 57VII l. 2: merkja ‘make known’
ESk Frag 3III l. 2: merkðan ‘engraved’
Eyv Hál 5I l. 7: merkt ‘is marked’
Eyv Hál 5I l. 7 [variant]: merktr ‘’
Jór Send 3I l. 3: merkja ‘to stain’
Mark Eirdr 23II l. 8: merkð ‘adorned’
Ólhelg Lv 2I l. 3: merkð ‘distinguished’
Ólsv Kristdr 2III l. 4: merkja ‘to mark’
Anon (FoGT) 7III l. 2: merkti ‘showed’
KrákÁsl Lv 3VIII (Ragn 5) l. 3: merktan ‘decked’
Hergunnr Lv 1VIII (HjǪ 15) l. 8: merkja ‘observe’
Rloð Lv 3VIII (Ragn 4) l. 3: merktan ‘decked’


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