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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Anon Heil 5VII l. 5: rækir ‘desires’
Anon Heildr 15VII l. 1: rek ‘drive’
Anon Hsv 3VII l. 6: ræktu ‘take care’
Anon Hsv 7VII l. 6: ræk ‘take care of’
Anon Hsv 33VII l. 2: ræk ‘pay attention’
Anon Hsv 67VII l. 2: reka ‘enquire’
Anon Hsv 89VII l. 2: ræk ‘worry’
Anon Krm 9VIII l. 9: rak ‘were scattered’
Anon Mdr 32VII l. 5: rektu ‘drive’
Anon Óldr 6I l. 1: Rak ‘pursued’
Anon Óldr 24I l. 2: rekinn ‘cast up’
Anon Oddm 1I l. 1: rak ‘drove’
Anon Pl 48VII l. 1: rak ‘pursued’
Arn Hardr 13II l. 4: reknir ‘inlaid’
Arn Hryn 5II l. 8: reknu ‘inlaid’
Arn Magndr 4II l. 7: rak ‘drove’
Arn Magndr 15II l. 1: rekr ‘are cast’
Arn Þorfdr 8II l. 4: rak ‘put’
Balti Sigdr 2II l. 5: rak ‘forced’
Bjbp Jóms 12I l. 6: reka ‘to drive’
Bkrepp Magndr 1II l. 2: rekinn ‘pursued’
ESk Elfv 1II l. 4: rak ‘drifted’
ESk Frag 14III l. 2: rek ‘of driven nails’
Eldj Lv 2II l. 1: rôkuð ‘you pursued’
Anon Lil 19VII l. 3: rak ‘he drove’
Anon Lil 73VII l. 1: Reknir ‘driven’
Eyv Lv 2I l. 5: rekr ‘drives’
Eyv Lv 6I l. 6: rak ‘drove’
Glúmr Gráf 3I l. 1: rak ‘pursued’
Grani Har 1II l. 5: rak ‘chased’
Gsind Hákdr 1I l. 5: rak ‘pursued’
Gsind Hákdr 7I l. 6: rak ‘chased’
GunnLeif Merl I 44VIII (Bret 112) l. 6: reka ‘drive’
HSt Rst 5I l. 4: rak ‘pursued’
Hákg Lv 1I l. 4: rekna ‘inlaid’
Hildr Lv 1I l. 2: rekið ‘you banish’
Hildr Lv 1I l. 2 [variant]: rekum ‘’
Hildr Lv 1I l. 2 [variant]: rekinn ‘’
Hildr Lv 1I l. 2 [variant]: rekr ‘’
Hókr Eirfl 3I l. 6 [variant]: rekinn ‘’
Ill Har 1II l. 4: rak ‘put’
Máni Lv 2II l. 6: ræk ‘chase away’
Ormr Woman 3III l. 4: rækir ‘rejects’
Ótt Hfl 18I l. 4: rekna ‘driven’
Ótt Knútdr 3I l. 7: rakt ‘you dealt’
Ótt Knútdr 7I l. 8: rakt ‘pursued’
Rv Lv 9II l. 7: rak ‘drove’
Rv Lv 20II l. 2: rekinn ‘chased’
Rv Lv 22II l. 7: rekr ‘drives’
Rv Lv 31II l. 2: Rekum ‘Let’s not drive’
RvHbreiðm Hl 56III l. 5: rak ‘pursued’
RvHbreiðm Hl 75III l. 6: rak ‘pursued’
Sigv Austv 6I l. 8: reka ‘chase’
Sigv Austv 20I l. 7: reknar ‘perpetrated’
Sigv Austv 20I l. 2 [variant]: rekit ‘’
SnSt Ht 1III l. 2: rekkir ‘emboldens’
SnSt Ht 17III l. 3: rekr ‘drives away’
SnSt Ht 18III l. 6: rekinn ‘inlaid’
SnSt Ht 20III l. 6: rekr ‘drives’
SnSt Ht 22III l. 7: rekkir ‘emboldens’
SnSt Ht 34III l. 5: rak ‘urged on’
SnSt Ht 78III l. 5: rekr ‘unfolds’
Steinn Óldr 1II l. 5: rak ‘pursued’
Sturl Hrafn 16II l. 5: rak ‘drove’
Sturl Hryn 8II l. 6: reknum ‘’
ÞKolb Eirdr 4I l. 7: rak ‘pushed on’
Þfagr Sveinn 1II l. 5: Rôkusk ‘got’
Þfagr Sveinn 4II l. 6: rekr ‘he steers’
Þhorn Gldr 2I l. 8: rak ‘drove’
Þhorn Gldr 3I l. 6: rak ‘drove’
Þloft Glækv 9I l. 9: rekr ‘present’
TorfE Lv 4I l. 1: Rekit ‘avenged’
Busla Busl 5VIII (Bós 5) l. 6: reki ‘fall’
ǪrvOdd Ævdr 13VIII (Ǫrv 83) l. 4: rekinn ‘driven’
Anon (Hák) 1II l. 1: Rekit ‘avenged’
FriðÞ Lv 25VIII (Frið 31) l. 7: rak ‘drove’
KrákÁsl Lv 3VIII (Ragn 5) l. 8: reknar ‘driven’
Svart Skauf 22VIII l. 2: rak ‘turned’

ESk Frag 14III, l. 2: reksaumr ‘seam of driven nails’

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