Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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aumr (adj.)

‘wretched, poor’
ONP (prose citations):81721428
SkP: 22127911 (prose):41392394

forms: aumar, aumra, aums, aumum, auman, Aumr, Aumur, avmri, ꜹm, aumi, aumari, aumu, aumir, ꜹmra, Aum, ꜹmr, aumt, avmtt, aumo, avmr, ꜹma, áumom, ma, ꜵumum, ꜹmir, æymom, aum, avmv, aumara, avma, aúmr, aúmra, avm, Auma, aume, aumer, avmi, aumri, aumaztr, avmre, avmer, auma, aumr, aumasta, aumum

Anon Hsv 34VII l. 4: aumr ‘poor’
Anon Hsv 36VII l. 6: aums ‘of a poor person’
Anon Hsv 54VII l. 4 [variant]: aumr ‘’
Anon Hsv 61VII l. 5: auma ‘poor’
Anon Hsv 110VII l. 1: Aumr ‘poor’
Anon Hsv 129VII l. 1: aumr ‘miserable’
Anon Líkn 27VII l. 4: aumir ‘wretched’
Anon Mdr 38VII l. 3: aumum ‘to the wretched’
Anon Pl 30VII l. 1: aumra ‘’
ESk Geisl 37VII l. 3: aumum ‘of a poor’
ESk Geisl 38VII l. 3: aumum ‘to wretched’
Anon Lil 19VII l. 5: aum ‘wretched’
Anon Lil 66VII l. 1: auma ‘wretched’
Gamlkan Has 38VII l. 5: aum ‘wretched’
Gamlkan Has 38VII l. 5: aumar ‘wretched’
GunnLeif Merl I 23VIII (Bret 91) l. 6: auma ‘miserable’
Sigv Berv 18II l. 1: auman ‘the poor’
Þflekk Lv 1II l. 10 [variant]: aumu ‘’
Þjóð Yt 13I l. 4 [variant]: Aum ‘’
Hjþ Lv 6VIII (HjǪ 13) l. 8: aumasta ‘most wretched’
Hǫrðr Lv 4VIII (HjǪ 43) l. 3: aumum ‘a poor’


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