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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Gestumbl Heiðr 25VIII (Heiðr 72) l. 3: sat ‘sat’
Anon Hsv 14VII l. 8: settir ‘made’
Kálf Kátr 4VII l. 1: setti ‘set’
Anon Leið 14VII l. 7: setti ‘established’
Anon Leið 15VII l. 1: setti ‘established’
Anon Leið 43VII l. 3: settak ‘I should establish’
Anon Líkn 2VII l. 6: settrar ‘employed’
Anon Líkn 42VII l. 1: Sett ‘set’
Anon Mdr 20VII l. 4: setr ‘places’
Anon Mey 3VII l. 3: settiz ‘was established’
Anon Mey 16VII l. 1: setti ‘lived’
Anon Mey 19VII l. 3: sett ‘placed’
Anon Mey 35VII l. 1: setti ‘placed’
Anon Mv I 12VII l. 6: sett ‘stipulated’
Anon Mv I 17VII l. 7: sett ‘am placed’
Anon Mv III 27VII l. 3: setti ‘placed’
Anon Óldr 13I l. 8: settar ‘be set’
Anon Pét 40VII l. 7: settu ‘inflicted’
Anon Pl 28VII l. 5: Sett ‘Set’
Anon Pl 43VII l. 5: Setti ‘appointed’
Anon Pl 45VII l. 6: setja ‘placed’
Anon Sól 40VII l. 2: setta ‘set’
Anon Sól 46VII l. 5: settiz ‘come down’
Anon Vitn 6VII l. 6: sett ‘entirely’
Anon Vitn 18VII l. 4: sett ‘given’
Arn Magndr 6II l. 5: Setti ‘steered’
Edáð Banddr 3I l. 6: setja ‘to place’
Eil Þdr 7III l. 2: settu ‘they set’
Eskál Hákdr 1I l. 8: settr ‘is established’
Eskál Vell 6I l. 8: setja ‘calm’
Anon Lil 17VII l. 4: settr ‘filled’
Anon Lil 22VII l. 3: settum ‘the appointed’
Anon Lil 66VII l. 3: settr ‘’
Anon Lil 66VII l. 6: settir ‘established’
Anon Lil 96VII l. 4: settag ‘I have assembled’
Eyv Hák 21I l. 4 [variant]: siti ‘’
Gísl Magnkv 14II l. 8: sett ‘secured’
Gsind Hákdr 5I l. 1: setti ‘placed’
GunnLeif Merl I 37VIII (Bret 105) l. 12: settr ‘seated’
Halli XI Fl 6II l. 1: setti ‘assigned’
Ív Sig 23II l. 5: Settu ‘rushed’
Mark Eirdr 23II l. 1: setti ‘established’
Mark Eirdr 25II l. 1: settan ‘established’
Ótt Knútdr 2I l. 6: settir ‘directed’
Rv Lv 5II l. 6: settr ‘’
Sigv Austv 4I l. 3: settak ‘I stuck’
Sigv Austv 4I l. 3 [variant]: sett ‘’
Sigv Austv 6I l. 2: settu ‘turned’
SnSt Ht 3III l. 3: sett ‘placed’
SnSt Ht 9III l. 4: sezk ‘is sated’
SnSt Ht 16III l. 1: Setr ‘sets up’
SnSt Ht 64III l. 8: setta ‘set’
SnSt Ht 84III l. 7: setr ‘treats’
Sturl Hákkv 14II l. 5: sett ‘embroidered’
Sturl Hryn 3II l. 3: settu ‘launched’
ÞKolb Eirdr 3I l. 1: Setti ‘directed’
Þjóð Haustl 2III l. 5: Settisk ‘alighted’
Þjóð Yt 4I l. 7 [variant]: setr ‘’
ÞjóðA Lv 4II l. 5: Setti ‘planted’
TorfE Lv 1I l. 7 [variant]: siti ‘’
Anon (Ragn) 9VIII (Ragn 39) l. 1: settu ‘set’
ǪrvOdd Ævdr 30VIII (Ǫrv 100) l. 3: sat ‘ruled’
Vagn Lv 1I l. 1: setta ‘put’
Anon (Styrb) 1I l. 3: settan ‘established’
FriðÞ Lv 31VIII (Frið 37) l. 7: siti ‘remain’
StarkSt Vík 18VIII (Gautr 26) l. 7: setti ‘he placed’
StarkSt Vík 31VIII (Gautr 39) l. 1: settu ‘they set’
GizGrý Lv 1VIII (Heiðr 99) l. 6: sat ‘sat’
Hjþ Lv 6VIII (HjǪ 13) l. 4: setir ‘put’
Hundk Lv 4VIII (HjǪ 35) l. 5: Siti ‘sit’
Hundk Lv 5VIII (HjǪ 36) l. 8: set ‘restrain’
Anon (SnE) 5III l. 2: setja ‘Place’
Útsteinn Útkv 3VIII (Hálf 43) l. 8: setja ‘subdue’
Svart Skauf 34VIII l. 4: setti ‘set’
Svart Skauf 42VIII l. 3: sett ‘composed’

Anon Líkn 2VII, l. 6: hógsettrar ‘of an easily-employed’
Anon Lil 66VII, l. 3: bannsettr ‘was cursed’
SnSt Ht 64III, l. 8: grimsetta ‘the grim-set’
Sturl Hákkv 14II, l. 5: gullsett ‘the gold-embroidered’

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