Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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3. auðr (adj.)

‘empty, barren’
ONP (prose citations):53721868
SkP: 18127911 (prose):391392394

forms: auðan, auðu, auðr, auðir, Auða, Auði nom m sg, auður nom m sg, Autt, Auð, auds, autt nom n sg, avðir, avða, avð, avtt, ꜹð, avðt, aud, auþ, ꜹðan, audir, aútt, ꜹþ, audu, ꜹþr, auda, audr, auða, auðar, audh, audar, auðt, auð, þa, auðnum

Anon Leið 43VII l. 6: auð ‘readily’
Anon Óldr 19I l. 4: autt ‘empty’
Arn Hardr 4II l. 8: auðr ‘unmanned’
ESk Elfv 2II l. 1: auð ‘empty’
Anon Lil 18VII l. 1: Auð ‘easily’
Eyv Hák 20I l. 5: auða ‘the vacant’
Hfr ErfÓl 16I l. 1: auða ‘empty’
Hfr ErfÓl 16I l. 1 [variant]: auðan ‘’
Hfr ErfÓl 28I l. 2: auð ‘desolated’
Sigv Erlfl 3I l. 8: auðu ‘empty’
Sigv Nesv 8I l. 7 [variant]: autt ‘’
Sigv Nesv 9I l. 2: auð ‘’
Stúfr Stúfdr 5II l. 1: Autt ‘laid waste’
ÞKolb Eirdr 10I l. 6: auðir ‘desolate’
ÞjóðA Magnfl 18II l. 1: auðu ‘empty’
ÞjóðA Sex 19II l. 3: auðan ‘a barren’
Valg Har 1II l. 3: auð ‘laid waste’
ǪrvOdd Lv 1VIII (Ǫrv 7) l. 8: auð ‘empty’

Anon Leið 43VII, l. 6: auðsætt ‘readily apparent’
Anon Lil 18VII, l. 1: Auðgint ‘easily beguiled’
Sigv Nesv 9I, l. 2: auðsætt ‘obvious’

indexed kennings:
Þmáhl Máv 9bV (Eb 11): mína Hlín goðvefjar; ‘my Hlín <goddess> of fine cloth; ’

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