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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Anon Gyð 5VII l. 3: óðs ‘of the furious’
Anon Mey 47VII l. 5: óðum ‘by raging’
Anon Mv I 10VII l. 5: óðr ‘angry’
Anon Pét 16VII l. 6: ótt ‘suddenly’
Anon Pét 45VII l. 8: ótt ‘quickly’
BjHall Kálffl 8I l. 6: óð ‘of the ragingly’
Eskál Vell 12I l. 2: óð ‘The furious’
Gsind Hákdr 8I l. 8 [variant]: óðs ‘’
GunnLeif Merl II 46VIII (Bret 46) l. 9: óðr ‘ferocious’
Hfr ErfÓl 20I l. 2 [variant]: óð ‘’
Mark Eirdr 4II l. 6: óðu ‘the turbulent’
Mgóð Lv 2II l. 4 [variant]: ótt ‘’
Ólhv Hryn 11II l. 2: óða ‘a raging’
Sigv Austv 5I l. 8 [variant]: ótt ‘’
Sigv Austv 19I l. 3 [variant]: ótt ‘’
SnSt Ht 5III l. 1: Óð ‘the terribly’
SnSt Ht 6III l. 3: ótt ‘briskly’
Steinn Óldr 4II l. 7: óðr ‘the raging’
Þhorn Gldr 1I l. 3: óðr ‘furious’
ÞjóðA Magnfl 2II l. 6: ótt ‘The raging’
ÞjóðA Magnfl 10II l. 7: ótt ‘a raging’
Anon (TGT) 11III l. 2: óðu ‘a violent’
ÞjóðA Magn 6II l. 4: óðr ‘raging’
ESk Lv 14III l. 8: óðrs ‘furious is’

BjHall Kálffl 8I, l. 6: óðfúss ‘of the ragingly eager’
Eskál Vell 12I, l. 2: óðstafr ‘The furious stave’
Hfr ErfÓl 20I, l. 2: óðbragðs ‘-thrust’
Ólhv Hryn 11II, l. 2: óðastraumr ‘a raging stream’
SnSt Ht 5III, l. 1: Óðharða ‘the terribly hard’

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