Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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regin (noun n.)

‘divine power’
ONP (prose citations):5721428
SkP: 15127911 (prose):01392394

forms: regins, regín, reiginn, Regin, regin, regin, ragna, rꜹgna

Gestumbl Heiðr 18VIII (Heiðr 65) l. 2: regin ‘the mighty’
Bragi Rdr 10III l. 5: regin ‘gods’
ESk Geisl 48VII l. 4 [variant]: regins ‘’
Eyv Hák 18I l. 6: regin ‘ruling powers’
Hókr Eirfl 3I l. 6 [variant]: regin ‘’
Mark Lv 2III l. 4: regin ‘gods’
Þjóð Haustl 7III l. 3: regin ‘the divine powers’
Þjóð Haustl 10III l. 8: regin ‘the divine powers’
Þjóð Haustl 13III l. 2: regin ‘powers’
Þjóð Haustl 15III l. 5: regin ‘deity’
Þloft Glækv 9I l. 10: regin ‘the sacred’
Gyðja Lv 2VIII (Ǫrv 61) l. 7: regin ‘powers’
Gyðja Lv 6VIII (Ǫrv 70) l. 3: regin ‘powers’
Þul Øxar 1III l. 5: regin ‘mighty’

Gestumbl Heiðr 18VIII (Heiðr 65), l. 2: reginfjalli ‘the mighty mountain’
Bragi Rdr 10III, l. 5: þrymregin ‘gods {of the noise’
Þjóð Haustl 13III, l. 2: ginnregin ‘the mighty powers’
Þjóð Haustl 15III, l. 5: hofregin ‘the temple-deity’
Þul Øxar 1III, l. 5: reginspǫnn ‘mighty-span’

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