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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Anon Alpost 13VII l. 1: mildi ‘of mercy’
Anon Heildr 9VII l. 1: mildi ‘of mercy’
Anon Hsv 147VII l. 4: mildi ‘generosity’
Kálf Kátr 32VII l. 2: mildi ‘mercy’
Anon Líkn 11VII l. 5: mildi ‘mercy’
Anon Líkn 44VII l. 5: mildi ‘mercy’
Anon Mdr 1VII l. 1: mildi ‘grace’
Anon Mdr 13VII l. 1: mildi ‘with grace’
Anon Mdr 20VII l. 1: mildi ‘with mercy’
Anon Mdr 30VII l. 3: mildi ‘mercy’
Anon Mgr 1VII l. 3: mildi ‘for mercy’
Anon Mv III 30VII l. 4: mildinnar ‘of grace’
Anon Pl 40VII l. 3: mildi ‘for generosity [or piety]’
Anon Vitn 25VII l. 1: mildi ‘mercy’
Anon Mlag 2II l. 2: mildi ‘in generosity’
ESk Geisl 66VII l. 1: mildi ‘the mercy’
ESk Lv 3II l. 3: mildi ‘the generosity’
Anon Lil 67VII l. 4: mildin ‘goodness’
Anon Lil 95VII l. 2: mildin ‘goodness’
Gamlkan Has 60VII l. 4: mildi ‘for mercy’
Glúmr Gráf 1I l. 2 [variant]: mildi ‘’
HSn Lv 1II l. 7: mildi ‘generosity’
HSt Rst 12I l. 7: mildi ‘the generosity’
Hskv Útdr 11II l. 4: mildi ‘with generosity’
Ólhv Hryn 12II l. 8: mildi ‘in mercy’
RvHbreiðm Hl 51III l. 1: mildi ‘the generosity’
Sturl Hryn 2II l. 5: mildi ‘generosity’
Sturl Hryn 21II l. 2: mildi ‘generosity’
Anon Brúðv 3VII l. 5: mildi ‘mercy’
Anon Brúðv 31VII l. 3: mildi ‘of mercy’


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