Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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1. rót (noun f.)

‘root’

sourcefreq.total
ONP (prose citations):71728070
SkP: 18127911
Malfong.is (prose):141392394

forms: rœtr, ræturnar, rót f sg, rót*um, rotvm, rot, rotum, rótina acc f sg, rœtr, rætr, rtr, rótvm, rȯt, rotina, rættur, rotom, rotna, rótinni, rætur, rott, rt, rotinne, rótarinnar, rỏt, rótum, róta, rótom, rǫtr

ungrouped:
Anon Mdr 32VII l. 7: rót ‘root’
Anon Mdr 42VII l. 3: rót ‘root’
Anon Mv III 12VII l. 7: rótum ‘the roots’
Anon Óldr 13I l. 5: rœtr ‘roots’
Anon Pét 38VII l. 6: rótum ‘at the roots’
Anon Pét 43VII l. 6: rót*um ‘roots’
ESk Geisl 59VII l. 4: rótum ‘the roots’
Anon Lil 20VII l. 1: rót ‘root’
Anon Lil 25VII l. 5: rót ‘root’
Anon Lil 50VII l. 3: rótum ‘roots’
Anon Lil 77VII l. 7: rótum ‘the roots’
Þjóð Haustl 6III l. 3: rótum ‘roots’
Anon (FoGT) 14III l. 4: rót ‘the root’
Herv Lv 9VIII (Heiðr 26) l. 4: rótum ‘the roots’
Hundk Lv 3VIII (HjǪ 33) l. 4: róta ‘a’
Þul Viðar 2III l. 3: rót ‘root’
Þul Sáðs 1III l. 5: rót ‘root’

compounds:
Anon Pét 43VII, l. 6: hjartrót*um ‘the heart-roots’
Anon Lil 77VII, l. 7: hjartarótum ‘the roots of the heart’
Þjóð Haustl 6III, l. 3: eikirótum ‘the oak-roots’
Hundk Lv 3VIII (HjǪ 33), l. 4: rótakylfu ‘a club’

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