Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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lemmata

Dictionary headwords relevant to the editions

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senn (adv.)

‘at once’

sourcefreq.total
ONP (prose citations):87721428
SkP: 23127911
Malfong.is (prose):661392394

forms: senn, Senn, sjónfagr, seɴ, sænn, sænner, ſeɴ, s

ungrouped:
Anon Mey 3VII l. 8: senn ‘simultaneously’
Anon Mv I 14VII l. 8: senn ‘at once’
Anon Pét 2VII l. 2: senn ‘at once’
Anon Pét 53VII l. 4: senn ‘at once’
Anon Pl 20VII l. 8: senn ‘at once’
Eskál Vell 14I l. 1: senn ‘soon’
Anon Lil 1VII l. 5: senn ‘at once’
Anon Lil 15VII l. 5 [variant]: senn ‘’
Anon Lil 16VII l. 1 [variant]: senn ‘’
Anon Lil 34VII l. 3: senn ‘time’
Anon Lil 50VII l. 4: senn ‘at once’
Anon Lil 100VII l. 5: senn ‘at once’
Gamlkan Has 52VII l. 6: senn ‘immediately’
HSt Rst 3I l. 1: Senn ‘at the same time’
HSt Rst 16I l. 4: senn ‘at the same time’
HSt Rst 25I l. 1: senn ‘at the same time’
HSt Rst 30I l. 7: sjónfagr ‘the beautiful’
Rv Lv 4II l. 2: senn ‘all at once’
Sigv Knútdr 2I l. 1: senn ‘soon’
Sigv Vestv 7I l. 5: senn ‘at a time’
ÞjóðA Sex 17II l. 3: senn ‘at once’
Anon (TGT) 35III l. 2: senn ‘at the same time’
Ásmk Lv 2VIII (Ásm 8) l. 6: senn ‘at a time’
Hharð Gamv 3II l. 1: Senn ‘at a time’

compounds:

indexed kennings:

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