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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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ungrouped:
Bragi Rdr 8III l. 2: Rôn ‘Rán’
GunnLeif Merl I 89VIII (Bret 157) l. 1: Ránar ‘of Rán’
Refr Ferðv 3III l. 3: Ránar ‘Rán’
Rv Lv 16II l. 4: Rán ‘Rán’s’
SnH Lv 6II l. 3: Ránar ‘Rán’s’
SnSt Ht 19III l. 5: Rán ‘Rán’
Þjsk Hák 1I l. 4: Ránar ‘Rán’
Anon (FoGT) 29III l. 3: Ránar ‘of Rán’
Anon Brúðv 18VII l. 5: Rán ‘Rán’
FriðÞ Lv 9VIII (Frið 11) l. 5: Ránar ‘of Rán <sea-goddess>’
FriðÞ Lv 12VIII (Frið 14) l. 5: Rán ‘Rán’
FriðÞ Lv 13VIII (Frið 15) l. 8: Ránar ‘of Rán’s’
Þul Ásynja 2III l. 7: Rán ‘Rán’
Anon (SnE) 13III l. 4: Ránar ‘of Rán’
Þul Sjóvar 4III l. 3: Rán ‘Rán’
Þul Kvenna II 3III l. 6: Rán ‘Rán’

compounds:
Bragi Rdr 8III, l. 2: ósk-Rôn ‘the desiring-Rán’
Rv Lv 16II, l. 4: Ránheim ‘Rán’s world’
Þjsk Hák 1I, l. 4: folk-Ránar ‘of the battle-Rán’
Anon Brúðv 18VII, l. 5: auð-Rán ‘gold-Rán’

indexed kennings:
Egill St 8V (Eg 79): Ægis mani. ‘Ægir’s <sea-god’s> wife. ’
Refr Ferðv 2III: Úrsvǫl vǫlva Gymis ‘The spray-cold vǫlva <seeress> of Gymir <sea-giant> ’
ÞSjár Frag 4III: ásynja flóðs ‘the goddess of the sea ’

index entries:
• Rán (Rán, Rôn, a goddess or supernatural being)

index entries (as names):
• Rán (Rán, Rôn, a goddess or supernatural being)

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