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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Anon Hsv 20VII l. 5: sam ‘’
Anon Hsv 41VII l. 2 [variant]: sömu ‘’
Anon Hsv 45VII l. 3: sömu ‘same’
Anon Hsv 49VII l. 5: sam ‘concord’
Anon Hsv 52VII l. 4: samr ‘ful’
Anon Hsv 66VII l. 1: samr ‘able’
Anon Hsv 68VII l. 4: samt ‘ous’
Anon Hsv 104VII l. 3: sam ‘’
Anon Hsv 140VII l. 2: samr ‘ful’
Anon Hsv 143VII l. 1: samr ‘ful’
Kálf Kátr 34VII l. 6: söm ‘same’
Anon Líkn 47VII l. 5: samr ‘suited’
Anon Líkn 49VII l. 6: samr ‘ful’
Anon Mgr 48VII l. 6: saman ‘’
Anon Mhkv 18III l. 8: sami ‘same’
Anon Nkt 12II l. 6: samt ‘altogether’
Anon Pl 19VII l. 8: sam ‘co’
Anon Pl 47VII l. 3: samr ‘disposed’
Anon Sól 47VII l. 6: samr ‘the same’
Bjarni Frag 4III l. 2: sa*m*r ‘ful man’
Bjbp Jóms 24I l. 3: samr ‘willing’
ESk Geisl 16VII l. 6 [variant]: samr ‘’
ESk Geisl 20VII l. 8: sam ‘on the same’
Anon Lil 9VII l. 1: samri ‘the very’
Anon Lil 34VII l. 8: sam ‘’
Gamlkan Has 28VII l. 4: samr ‘ful’
Gamlkan Has 37VII l. 8: samt ‘ful’
Gsind Hákdr 6I l. 2 [variant]: sama ‘’
GunnLeif Merl II 48VIII (Bret 48) l. 2: sama ‘that same’
Halli XI Fl 3II l. 8: samt ‘some’
Ív Sig 3II l. 7: samr ‘eager’
ÓTr Lv 2I l. 7: sam ‘name’
Sigv Austv 6I l. 4: sam ‘have’
Sigv ErfÓl 1I l. 4: samr ‘ful’
Sigv Vestv 4I l. 8: saman ‘to cancel out’
SnSt Ht 38III l. 6: sǫmum ‘with suitable’
SnSt Ht 43III l. 1: Sam ‘of’
Sturl Hákkv 18II l. 5: samr ‘fisted’
Sturl Hryn 2II l. 8: samt ‘ful’
ÞKolb Eirdr 11I l. 3: sǫmum ‘adorned’
Þhorn Gldr 1I l. 7: samr ‘’
ǪrvOdd Lv 13VIII (Ǫrv 46) l. 9: samr ‘lies’
ǪrvOdd Ævdr 51VIII (Ǫrv 121) l. 3: samt ‘together’
Ásb Ævkv 8VIII (OStór 11) l. 3: sam ‘together’
Þul Ásynja 3III l. 6: sama ‘likewise’
Útsteinn Útkv 8VIII (Hálf 49) l. 4: sömu ‘the same’

Anon Hsv 20VII, l. 5: samhuga ‘to agreement’
Anon Hsv 49VII, l. 5: samþykki ‘concord’
Anon Hsv 52VII, l. 4: friðsamr ‘peaceful’
Anon Hsv 66VII, l. 1: Friðsamr ‘peaceable’
Anon Hsv 68VII, l. 4: öfundsamt ‘envious’
Anon Hsv 104VII, l. 3: samkundum ‘a feast’
Anon Hsv 140VII, l. 2: hefnisamr ‘vengeful’
Anon Hsv 143VII, l. 1: Miskunnsamr ‘merciful’
Anon Líkn 49VII, l. 6: eirsamr ‘merciful’
Anon Mgr 48VII, l. 6: rausnsaman ‘the magnificent’
Anon Pl 19VII, l. 8: samvistu ‘cohabitation’
Bjarni Frag 4III, l. 2: eirsa*m*r ‘as a peaceful man’
ESk Geisl 20VII, l. 8: samdœgris ‘on the same day’
Anon Lil 34VII, l. 8: samteingduz ‘were united’
Gamlkan Has 28VII, l. 4: friðsamr ‘Peaceful’
Gamlkan Has 37VII, l. 8: angrsamt ‘sorrowful’
Halli XI Fl 3II, l. 8: vinnsamt ‘toilsome’
Ív Sig 3II, l. 7: fleinþingasamr ‘eager {for spear-assemblies’
ÓTr Lv 2I, l. 7: samnafna ‘namesake’
Sigv Austv 6I, l. 4: samnafnar ‘sakes have’
Sigv ErfÓl 1I, l. 4: eirsamr ‘the merciful’
SnSt Ht 43III, l. 1: Samþykkjar ‘of accord’
Sturl Hákkv 18II, l. 5: haldsamr ‘tight-fisted’
Sturl Hryn 2II, l. 8: eirarsamt ‘peaceful’
ÞKolb Eirdr 11I, l. 3: hjalmsǫmum ‘the helmet-adorned’
Þhorn Gldr 1I, l. 7: rausnarsamr ‘the magnificent’
ǪrvOdd Lv 13VIII (Ǫrv 46), l. 9: skrökmálasamr ‘babbler of lies’
Ásb Ævkv 8VIII (OStór 11), l. 3: samtogi ‘the drawing together’

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