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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Anon Hsv 115VII l. 1: raun ‘test’
Anon Líkn 44VII l. 5: raunar ‘in reality’
Anon Mv I 7VII l. 6: raun ‘really’
Anon Nkt 31II l. 1: raun ‘true testimony’
Anon Óldr 14I l. 4: raunar ‘trial’
Anon Pl 1VII l. 5: raun ‘an ordeal’
Anon Pl 12VII l. 4: raun ‘ordeal’
Anon Pl 25VII l. 2: raunar ‘for his ordeal’
Bersi Ólfl 2I l. 1: raunir ‘trials’
BjHall Kálffl 2I l. 5: raun ‘clear’
Bjbp Jóms 8I l. 7: raunum ‘trials’
Bjbp Jóms 22I l. 6: raun ‘proof’
Bjbp Jóms 33I l. 4: raun ‘a trial’
ESk Geisl 10VII l. 7: raun ‘the experience’
ESk Geisl 30VII l. 1: Rauns ‘It is a fact’
ESk Geisl 46VII l. 7: raun ‘proof’
ESk Geisl 70VII l. 4: raun ‘magnificently’
Eil Þdr 10III l. 2: raun ‘a test’
Gamlkan Has 43VII l. 3: raun ‘experience’
Gamlkan Has 51VII l. 3: raun ‘experience’
HSt Rst 16I l. 1: Raun ‘Rapidly’
Ív Sig 10II l. 5: raunir ‘Proofs’
Jór Send 2I l. 3 [variant]: raunar ‘’
Kolli Ingdr 3II l. 7: rauns ‘there is proof’
Mark Eirdr 30II l. 3: raunar ‘in truth’
Sigv Nesv 14I l. 5: Raun ‘proof’
SnSt Ht 26III l. 6: raun ‘experience’
SnSt Ht 33III l. 1: raunum ‘certainly’
SnSt Ht 75III l. 7: raun ‘very’
ÞGísl Búdr 10I l. 2: raun ‘a trial’
Anon Brúðv 5VII l. 7: raun ‘truly’
Anon Brúðv 29VII l. 7: raun ‘experience’
Anon Brúðv 32VII l. 8: raun ‘fact’
FriðÞ Lv 9VIII (Frið 11) l. 6: raun ‘the testing’
Hróksv Hrkv 23VIII (Hálf 73) l. 2: raun ‘to the test’
Ásb Ævkv 4VIII (OStór 7) l. 6: raun ‘very’
Þul Á 4III l. 1: raun ‘ordeal’
Útsteinn Útkv 4VIII (Hálf 44) l. 3: raun ‘a trial’

Anon Mv I 7VII, l. 6: raungrætiligt ‘really deplorable’
Anon Óldr 14I, l. 4: hjalmraunar ‘of helmet-trial’
Anon Pl 1VII, l. 5: mannraun ‘an ordeal’
Anon Pl 12VII, l. 4: mannraun ‘ordeal’
Bjbp Jóms 8I, l. 7: herðiraunum ‘tough trials’
Bjbp Jóms 33I, l. 4: hugraun ‘a trial of courage’
ESk Geisl 70VII, l. 4: raundýrliga ‘magnificently’
Eil Þdr 10III, l. 2: aflraun ‘a test of strength’
HSt Rst 16I, l. 1: Raunskjótt ‘Rapidly indeed’
SnSt Ht 75III, l. 7: raungóð ‘very good’
Anon Brúðv 5VII, l. 7: raunsviðr ‘trulywise’
FriðÞ Lv 9VIII (Frið 11), l. 6: raunbeð ‘the testing bed’
Ásb Ævkv 4VIII (OStór 7), l. 6: raunmargan ‘very many a’

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