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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Anon Heil 7VII l. 1: nefna ‘mention’
Kálf Kátr 5VII l. 6: nefni ‘mean’
Anon Líkn 34VII l. 1: nefniz ‘are called’
Anon Mey 1VII l. 5: nefnandi ‘mention’
Anon Mey 8VII l. 5: nefnir ‘mentions’
Anon Mv I 2VII l. 3: nefndr ‘named’
Anon Nkt 52II l. 7: nefnd ‘be mentioned’
Anon Nkt 74II l. 1: Nefnðak ‘I mentioned’
Anon Óldr 3I l. 1: Nefndr ‘named’
Anon Pét 11VII l. 6: nefndum ‘we named’
Anon Stríðk 1III l. 8: nefni ‘may name’
Anon Vitn 14VII l. 6: nefndur ‘the afore-mentioned’
Anon Lil 12VII l. 3: nefndur ‘named’
Anon Lil 48VII l. 4: nefndr ‘called’
Hildr Lv 1I l. 1 [variant]: nefna ‘’
RvHbreiðm Hl 67III l. 4: nefnik ‘I name’
RvHbreiðm Hl 67III l. 6: nefnik ‘I name’
RvHbreiðm Hl 67III l. 8: nefnik ‘I name’
RvHbreiðm Hl 68III l. 8: nefnik ‘I name’
Sigv Erlfl 4I l. 4: nefna ‘ask’
Stefnir Lv 1I l. 1: nefna ‘name’
Þul Trollkvenna 5III l. 6: nefna ‘to name’
Þul Ásynja 1III l. 2: nefna ‘be named’
Þul Ásynja 2III l. 6: nefna ‘be named’
Þul Valkyrja 1III l. 2: nefna ‘name’


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