Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Dictionary headwords relevant to the editions

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1. síð (noun f.)

‘um síðir: in the end’

sourcefreq.total
ONP (prose citations):65721868
SkP: 23127911
Malfong.is (prose):951392394

forms: síðum, síð, sider, siðir, sidir, siðer, siþer, siþir, sijd, siiðir, sijder, síþir, siidir, siþiʀ, sÿder, síðir

ungrouped:
Anon Hsv 64VII l. 6: síðir ‘time’
Anon Hsv 66VII l. 6 [variant]: síðir ‘’
Anon Hsv 80VII l. 6 [variant]: síðir ‘’
Anon Mey 42VII l. 4: síðir ‘eventually’
Anon Mv I 7VII l. 2: síðir ‘finally’
Anon Pl 35VII l. 6: síðir ‘length’
Anon Sól 37VII l. 3: síðum ‘sides’
Anon Vitn 11VII l. 2: síðir ‘finally’
Anon Lil 40VII l. 8: síðum ‘sides’
Eyv Lv 11I l. 2 [variant]: síðir ‘’
Hharð Lv 2bII l. 4: síðir ‘the end’
Mark Eirdr 19II l. 1: síðir ‘last’
Ólhv Hryn 6II l. 1: síðir ‘last’
Steinn Nizv 5II l. 4: síðir ‘finally’
Valg Har 1II l. 3: síðir ‘finally’
Anon (Ragn) 4VIII (Ragn 34) l. 4: síðir ‘last’
ǪrvOdd Ævdr 26VIII (Ǫrv 96) l. 1: síðir ‘length’
ǪrvOdd Ævdr 39VIII (Ǫrv 109) l. 1: síðir ‘last’
ǪrvOdd Ævdr 65VIII (Ǫrv 135) l. 1: síðir ‘last’
Anon (Styrb) 3I l. 5: síðir ‘a time’
Angantýr Lv 2VIII (Heiðr 30) l. 6: síðir ‘the end’
Svart Skauf 40VIII l. 4: síðir ‘the end’

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