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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Anon Heil 13VII l. 4: rennandi ‘running’
Anon Heildr 7VII l. 6: renna ‘run’
Anon Hsv 74VII l. 3: rennr ‘runs’
Kálf Kátr 37VII l. 3: runnu ‘ran’
Anon Leið 20VII l. 3: rann ‘flowed’
Anon Liðs 6I l. 8: runnu ‘were competing’
Anon Líkn 20VII l. 5: rann ‘flowed’
Anon Mdr 17VII l. 2: runnin ‘flowing’
Anon Mgr 49VII l. 2: renni ‘runs’
Anon Mv I 22VII l. 8: renna ‘melt’
Anon Mv I 24VII l. 1: rann ‘touched’
Anon Mv III 12VII l. 8: runnin ‘infused’
Anon Mv III 20VII l. 4: rennr ‘runs around’
Anon Óldr 7I l. 1: runnu ‘ran’
Anon Pét 9VII l. 6: runnir ‘grown’
Anon Pét 21VII l. 1: Rennr ‘runs’
Anon Pét 41VII l. 2: rann ‘he ran’
Anon Sól 9VII l. 6: runnu ‘ran’
Anon Sól 13VII l. 5: rann ‘enmity’
Anon Sól 43VII l. 6: runnit ‘turned’
Anon Vitn 23VII l. 1: Runnu ‘left’
Arn Hardr 1II l. 2: rann ‘ran’
Arn Hryn 13II l. 7: runnin ‘run’
Arn Hryn 17II l. 5: renni ‘were racing’
Arn Hryn 18II l. 1: rennir ‘skim’
Arn Hryn 18II l. 3: renni ‘were skimming’
Arn Magndr 8II l. 7: rann ‘darted’
Arn Þorfdr 7II l. 6: rann ‘flowed’
Bkrepp Magndr 8II l. 7: rann ‘fled’
Bǫlv Hardr 4II l. 2: renndusk ‘glided’
ESk Geisl 4VII l. 1: rann ‘rose’
Edáð Banddr 8I l. 2: runnu ‘ran’
Eil Þdr 6III l. 2: runnar ‘traverse’
Eil Þdr 9III l. 4: runnit ‘filled’
Eskál Vell 19I l. 5 [variant]: rennr ‘’
Eskál Vell 25I l. 4: runnu ‘ran’
Eskál Vell 31I l. 7 [variant]: runnu ‘’
Anon Lil 3VII l. 3: renni ‘may flow’
Anon Lil 12VII l. 5: rann ‘came’
Anon Lil 20VII l. 2: rann ‘ran’
Anon Lil 25VII l. 4: runnin ‘sprung’
Anon Lil 34VII l. 6: runnu ‘ran about’
Anon Lil 36VII l. 5: rennandi ‘had run its course’
Anon Lil 46VII l. 2: renna ‘spread’
Anon Lil 87VII l. 7: renna ‘spread’
Glúmr Gráf 6I l. 4: rinna ‘flee’
GunnLeif Merl II 41VIII (Bret 41) l. 2: renn ‘will run’
GunnLeif Merl I 15VIII (Bret 83) l. 5: Rennask ‘run’
GunnLeif Merl I 83VIII (Bret 151) l. 1: renn ‘will shoot’
GunnLeif Merl I 89VIII (Bret 157) l. 2: renn ‘will run’
Refr Ferðv 3III l. 4: runnit ‘covered’
HSt Rst 3I l. 1: runnu ‘a great many’
HSt Rst 16I l. 6: renndu ‘steered’
Hfr ErfÓl 11I l. 2 [variant]: renna ‘’
Hildr Lv 1I l. 8: renn ‘he runs’
Ótt Hfl 7I l. 5: Rann ‘ran’
RvHbreiðm Hl 69III l. 6: rann ‘ran’
RvHbreiðm Hl 78III l. 5: rann ‘poured’
Sigv Austv 3I l. 1: rannk ‘I ran’
Sigv Austv 11I l. 1: rinnr ‘runs’
Sigv Víkv 2I l. 7: runnu ‘ran’
SnSt Ht 32III l. 4: runnin ‘drenched’
SnSt Ht 33III l. 8: renna ‘to flee’
SnSt Ht 101III l. 5: renna ‘run across’
Steinn Óldr 2II l. 7: renni ‘being pursued’
Stúfr Stúfdr 3II l. 2: rann ‘put an end’
Sturl Hákkv 31II l. 1: rann ‘dawned’
Sturl Hryn 10II l. 8: runnu ‘fled’
Sturl Hryn 11II l. 7: rann ‘ran’
Sturl Hryn 17II l. 1: Renna ‘to be rising’
ÞHjalt Lv 2I l. 8: rann ‘ran’
ÞKolb Eirdr 2I l. 8 [variant]: renndu ‘’
ÞKolb Eirdr 7I l. 6: rann ‘obstructed’
ÞKolb Eirdr 14I l. 6: rann ‘streamed’
Þjóð Yt 17I l. 12: rann ‘attacked’
ÞjóðA Magnfl 16II l. 7: renndu ‘ran’
ÞjóðA Sex 4II l. 3: runnu ‘ran’
Tindr Hákdr 10I l. 6: runnu ‘ran’
Valg Har 7II l. 3: rann ‘ran’
Anon (TGT) 9III l. 1: Rann ‘ran’
Anon (Ragn) 4VIII (Ragn 34) l. 2: renna ‘advance’
Anon (OStór) 1VIII (OStór 1) l. 3: renna ‘run’
ǪrvOdd Lv 32VIII (Ǫrv 69) l. 4: rynni ‘runs’
ǪrvOdd Ævdr 38VIII (Ǫrv 108) l. 1: Rann ‘ran’
Anon (Sv) 4II l. 8: runnu ‘fled’
Anon (Sv) 5II l. 8: runnu ‘fled’
Anon (Mberf) 3II l. 2: renndusk ‘closed’
Anon Brúðv 12VII l. 5: rann ‘came over’
Anon Brúðv 17VII l. 1: Renna ‘to dissolve’
Keth Lv 5VIII (Ket 9) l. 4: renna ‘run’
Sturl Frag 2III l. 1: rennr ‘dawns’
ÞjóðA Magn 12II l. 8: renna ‘run’
ÞjóðA Magn 13II l. 6: renna ‘fleeing’

Anon Mdr 17VII, l. 2: fullrunnin ‘overflowing’
Eil Þdr 6III, l. 2: fetrunnar ‘to foot-traverse’
Eil Þdr 9III, l. 4: sverðrunnit ‘the sword-filled’
Anon Lil 36VII, l. 5: Umrennandi ‘had run its course’

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