Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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2. sár (noun n.)

‘wound’

sourcefreq.total
ONP (prose citations):79721428
SkP: 81127911
Malfong.is (prose):4841392394

forms: sárk, sôrum, Sár nom n, Sárum, sáranna, sári dat n sg, sárinu dat n sg, sárið n sg, sárs, sársins, sárunum, sör, sarum, sor, sꜳr, sr, sáre, sar, sarit, sarom, sárom, srum, särumm, sárin acc n pl, sari, sarvm, sór, sꜳri, sr, sarin, sr, sars, Sar, sárit, sare, sꜳra, sara, saar, sꜳre, sôr, sára, sárum, sár, ſár, sǫr

ungrouped:
Gestumbl Heiðr 9VIII (Heiðr 56) l. 6: sára ‘of wounds’
Anon Heil 3VII l. 1: sárið ‘wound’
Anon Heildr 12VII l. 7: sára ‘of wounds’
Kálf Kátr 47VII l. 3: sár ‘wounds’
Anon Krm 7VIII l. 9: sárum ‘wounds’
Anon Krm 21VIII l. 10: sára ‘of wounds’
Anon Liðs 3I l. 6: sára ‘of wounds’
Anon Liðs 9I l. 6: sára ‘of wounds’
Anon Líkn 20VII l. 4: sár ‘wound’
Anon Líkn 37VII l. 4: sára ‘of wounds’
Anon Líkn 43VII l. 5: sár ‘wounds’
Anon Mey 4VII l. 6: sárin ‘the wounds’
Anon Mey 31VII l. 6: sár ‘pain’
Anon Mgr 19VII l. 4: sárin ‘wounds’
Anon Mv III 5VII l. 2: sárum ‘with bitterness(es) [lit. hurts]’
Anon Mv III 18VII l. 7: sár ‘wound’
Anon Mv III 28VII l. 6: sárin ‘sores’
Anon Nkt 14II l. 3: sár ‘wound’
Anon Óldr 8I l. 2: sár ‘of the wound’
Anon Óldr 22I l. 2: sôrum ‘a wounded’
Anon Pét 40VII l. 7: sár ‘wounds’
Anon Pét 43VII l. 1: Sár ‘the pain’
Anon Pét 44VII l. 2: sár ‘wound’
Anon Sól 16VII l. 5: sárum ‘wound’
Bersi Ólfl 3I l. 2: sára ‘of wounds’
Bersi Lv 1I l. 2: sárs ‘of the wound’
ESk Sigdr II 1II l. 2: sár ‘of the wound’
Eskál Vell 2I l. 2 [variant]: sára ‘’
Eskál Vell 27I l. 4 [variant]: sár ‘’
Eskál Lv 2aI l. 6: sár ‘of the wound’
Eskál Lv 3I l. 4: sár ‘of wound-fires’
Anon Lil 5VII l. 3: sári ‘the wound’
Anon Lil 71VII l. 3: sárin ‘wounds’
Anon Lil 87VII l. 3: sárin ‘wounds’
Anon Lil 91VII l. 8: sárin ‘our wounds’
Eyv Hák 7I l. 5: sár ‘The wound’
Eyv Lv 4I l. 5 [variant]: sára ‘’
Gamlkan Has 33VII l. 6: sôr ‘the wounds’
Gamlkan Has 46VII l. 2: sár ‘of the wound’
Gamlkan Has 54VII l. 7: sôr ‘wounds’
Gamlkan Jóndr 4VII l. 4: sôr ‘wounds’
GunnLeif Merl II 36VIII (Bret 36) l. 3: sára ‘of wounds’
GunnLeif Merl II 40VIII (Bret 40) l. 3: sár ‘wounds’
HSn Magndr 1III l. 2: sára ‘wounds’
Hókr Eirfl 1I l. 7: sára ‘of wounds’
Ív Sig 39II l. 3: sár ‘Wound’
Jǫk Lv 2I l. 1: sôr ‘Wounds’
Kolli Ingdr 3II l. 4: sár ‘wound’
Mark Eirdr 26II l. 2: sôr ‘wounds’
Mberf Lv 3II l. 3: sôrum ‘wounds’
Ník Jóndr 1VII l. 8: sár ‘to sin[ners]’
RvHbreiðm Hl 19III l. 2: sára ‘of wounds’
RvHbreiðm Hl 32III l. 2: sára ‘injuries’
RvHbreiðm Hl 39III l. 3: sára ‘wounds’
RvHbreiðm Hl 44III l. 9: sára ‘of wounds’
RvHbreiðm Hl 62III l. 2: sár ‘wound’
RvHbreiðm Hl 66III l. 7: sára ‘of wounds’
RvHbreiðm Hl 66III l. 8: sár ‘the wound’
Sigv ErfÓl 20I l. 6: sár ‘of the wound’
Sigv Víkv 2I l. 6: sára ‘wounds’
Skúli Svǫlðr 2III l. 8: sár ‘wound’
SnSt Ht 4III l. 1: sár ‘wounds’
SnSt Ht 61III l. 2: sára ‘of wounds’
SnSt Ht 94III l. 5: sár ‘a wound’
Sturl Hrafn 9II l. 3: sárs ‘of the wound’s’
Sturl Hryn 9II l. 6: sára ‘wounds’
ÞGísl Búdr 9I l. 4: sôrum ‘the wounds’
ÞGísl Búdr 11I l. 4: sára ‘of wounds’
ÞKolb Eirdr 3I l. 8: sár ‘of the wound’
Þhorn Harkv 8I l. 8 [variant]: sár ‘’
Þjóð Haustl 20III l. 2: sára ‘of wounds’
ÞjóðA Sex 31II l. 3: sôr ‘the wounds’
Þorm Lv 21I l. 3: sár ‘a wound’
Þorm Lv 25I l. 3: sôrum ‘wounds’
TorfE Lv 3I l. 6: sôrum ‘the wounded’
Anon (Ragn) 7VIII (Ragn 37) l. 7: sár ‘a wound’
Hjálm Lv 4VIII (Ǫrv 14) l. 1: Sár ‘wounds’
Anon (Styrb) 3I l. 8: sôr ‘[their] wounds’
Anon (HSig) 3II l. 7: sára ‘of wounds’
Hildibrandr Lv 6VIII (Ásm 6) l. 4: sár ‘wounds’
StarkSt Vík 14VIII (Gautr 22) l. 2: sárum ‘with wounds’
Hróksv Hrkv 8VIII (Hálf 58) l. 3: sár ‘wounds’
Hjþ Lv 4VIII (HjǪ 7) l. 5: sár ‘the wound’
Sigurðr Lv 1VIII (Ǫrv 35) l. 5: sár ‘wounds’

compounds:
Anon Heil 3VII, l. 1: heilasárið ‘the brain-wound’
Anon Mey 31VII, l. 6: sárkennandi ‘pain-enduring’
Anon Mv III 18VII, l. 7: sakasár ‘guilt-wound’
Anon Óldr 8I, l. 2: sárlóms ‘of the wound-loon’
Anon Pét 43VII, l. 1: Sárfeinginn ‘the pain-stricken’
ESk Sigdr II 1II, l. 2: sárflóðs ‘of the wound-flood’
Eskál Vell 2I, l. 2: bergsára ‘of the rock’
Eskál Lv 2aI, l. 6: sárlinns ‘of the wound-snake’
Eskál Lv 3I, l. 4: sárelda ‘of wound-fires’
Anon Lil 5VII, l. 3: síðusári ‘the wound’
Eyv Hák 7I, l. 5: sárgymir ‘The wound-sea’
Gamlkan Has 46VII, l. 2: sárklungrs ‘of the wound-thorn’
Ív Sig 39II, l. 3: sárgǫgl ‘Wound-goslings’
Kolli Ingdr 3II, l. 4: sárísa ‘wound-icicles’
Ník Jóndr 1VII, l. 8: sárvæginn ‘merciful to sin[ners]’
RvHbreiðm Hl 62III, l. 2: sármútari ‘wound-hawk’
RvHbreiðm Hl 66III, l. 8: sárvǫrðr ‘the wound-guardian’
Sigv ErfÓl 20I, l. 6: sárelds ‘of the wound-fire’
Skúli Svǫlðr 2III, l. 8: sárlauk ‘wound-leek’
Sturl Hryn 9II, l. 6: höfuðsára ‘from the head-wounds’
ÞKolb Eirdr 3I, l. 8: sárgamms ‘of the wound-vulture’
Hjþ Lv 4VIII (HjǪ 7), l. 5: sárloga ‘the wound-flame’

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