Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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safna (verb)

ONP (prose citations):173722581
SkP: 14127911 (prose):2441392394

forms: samna, samnaði, samnask, samnaði, Safnar sg 3rd pres, Safnaði sg 3rd pret, Safnaðist, Söfnuðu, safna pl 3rd pres infinitive, safnar sg 3rd pres, safnast 3rd pres, safnað nom n sg pret, safnaðar, safnaðist sg 3rd pret, safnaður nom m sg, söfnuðu pl 3rd pret, samnar, Samnaði, Samnask, söfnuðust pl 3rd pret, Söfnuðust, samna, safnaði, ſamna, ſamnadi, ſꜹmnoþó, safnat, safna, sǫfnaðusk, safnask

Anon Hsv 13VII l. 4: safna ‘gather’
Anon Hsv 57VII l. 1: safna ‘accumulate’
Anon Hsv 125VII l. 1: safna ‘acquire’
Anon Pét 50VII l. 5: Samnaði ‘gathered’
Anon Pl 33VII l. 2: samna ‘to gather’
Anon Pl 33VII l. 7: samna ‘gather’
Anon Pl 44VII l. 2: samna ‘to gather’
Arn Hryn 9II l. 5: Samnask ‘to rally’
BjHall Kálffl 3I l. 6: samna ‘gather’
GunnLeif Merl I 6VIII (Bret 74) l. 7: samnar ‘assembles’
GunnLeif Merl I 80VIII (Bret 148) l. 4: samna ‘to gather’
Tindr Hákdr 11I l. 3: samnaði ‘assembled’
Tindr Hákdr 11I l. 3 [variant]: safnaðar ‘’
StarkSt Vík 8VIII (Gautr 16) l. 1: safnaði ‘gathered’
Humli Lv 2VIII (Heiðr 101) l. 8: safna ‘assembled’


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