Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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skjóta (verb)

‘shoot’

sourcefreq.total
ONP (prose citations):679721428
SkP: 58127911
Malfong.is (prose):5331392394

forms: skýtk, skýtra, skauzt, skjótum, Skaust, Skaut sg 3rd pret, Skutu pl 3rd pret, Skutust, Skýst, Skýtur, skaust sg 3rd pret, skjótast infinitive, skjótið, skjótust, skotist , skutust pl 3rd pret, skýtur sg 3rd pres, Skauzt, Skýtra, Skotit, Skýtr, Skýt, skotit, skotid, skotin, skyzt, skutu pl 3rd pret, skyt, skavt, skyta, skiota, skotiɴ, skytr, sct, skíota, skotinn nom m sg, scaut, skutusk, scutu, skytur, scýtr, scióta, skotið nom n sg pret, skautt, skotíð, skautzk, skꜹtz, skustz, Skutuz, skjótaz, skutuzt, skiotaz, skytzt, skiotvmz, skyti sg 3rd pret, skẏt, scutvz, skiotiz, skyz, skvtv, skꜷt, skotnar, skotet, skjóti pres, scꜹt, scauz, skauzk, skiotast, skꜹt, skióta, scotit, skíote, skautat, skýt, skaut, skýtr, skjóta, ſct, ſcióta, ſcotiɴ, ſcióti, ſciota, ſcto, skjótumst, skútu, skútusk

ungrouped:
Anon Heil 8VII l. 1: skutu ‘shot’
Anon Heil 22VII l. 6: skjóta ‘shoot’
Anon Liðs 1I l. 6: skjótum ‘shoot [them]’
Anon Mhkv 3III l. 3: skotit ‘aimed’
Anon Nkt 13II l. 6: skotinn ‘shot’
Anon Óldr 22I l. 1: Skaut ‘cast’
Arn Hardr 2II l. 7: skjóta ‘to speed’
Arn Hardr 3II l. 6: skaut ‘shot’
Arn Hardr 14II l. 3: skaut ‘launched’
Arn Þorfdr 21II l. 7: skaut ‘spurted’
ESk Frag 11III l. 3: skýtr ‘pushes’
Eskál Vell 7I l. 5 [variant]: skaut ‘’
Eyv Hák 9I l. 4: skotnar ‘pierced’
Gísl Magnkv 13II l. 1: skaut ‘shot’
Gísl Magnkv 16II l. 1: skaut ‘struck against’
Refr Ferðv 5III l. 4: skaut ‘shot’
HSt Rst 19I l. 3: skaut ‘shot’
HSt Rst 23I l. 1: skaut ‘shot’
Hár Lv 2I l. 3: skjótum ‘we speed’
Hfr ErfÓl 4I l. 4: skyti ‘shot’
Hharð Lv 11II l. 1: skjóta ‘to push’
Ív Sig 38II l. 3: skaut ‘shot’
Mark Eirdr 4II l. 3: skaut ‘launched’
Ótt Knútdr 7I l. 7: skaut ‘pierced’
Rv Lv 1II l. 6: skýtk ‘I shoot’
Rv Lv 22II l. 4: skotit ‘shot’
RvHbreiðm Hl 64III l. 5: Skutu ‘shot’
RvHbreiðm Hl 77III l. 7: skaut ‘shot’
Sigv Erlfl 1I l. 1: skjóta ‘to be launched’
SnSt Ht 13III l. 8: skaut ‘shot up’
SnSt Ht 44III l. 1: skotnar ‘is allotted’
SnSt Ht 54III l. 1: Skýtr ‘is shot’
SnSt Ht 61III l. 8: skotnar ‘turns out’
SnSt Ht 64III l. 7: skaut ‘pushed’
SnSt Ht 78III l. 3: skýtr ‘thrusts aside’
Steinn Nizv 4II l. 1: skjóta ‘to shoot’
Steinn Óldr 4II l. 3: skaut ‘pushed’
ÞGísl Búdr 2I l. 7: skaut ‘impelled’
ÞGísl Búdr 10I l. 4: skjóta ‘shot’
ÞSjár Klœingr 1I l. 3: skaut ‘shot’
ÞSjár Róðdr 1I l. 5: Skaut ‘shot’
ÞSjár Róðdr 1I l. 5 [variant]: skautat ‘’
ÞSjár Frag 1III l. 3: skaut ‘pushed’
Þham Magndr 3II l. 2: skaut ‘shot’
ÞjóðA Magnfl 2II l. 1: skjóta ‘you launched’
ÞjóðA Magnfl 9II l. 1: Skotit ‘were shot’
ÚlfrU Húsdr 3III l. 3: skaut ‘shot’
Valg Har 2II l. 1: skaut ‘shot’
Valg Har 5II l. 1: Skauzt ‘You pushed’
Anon (Ragn) 10VIII (Ragn 40) l. 5: skýtr ‘pours down’
ǪrvOdd Ævdr 66VIII (Ǫrv 136) l. 1: Skaut ‘shoot’
Anon (Hák) 1II l. 5: skaut ‘inspired’
Gusi Lv 4VIII (Ket 8) l. 4: skjóta ‘shoot’
HvítRagn Lv 1VIII (Ragn 21) l. 5: Skjótum ‘Let us thrust’
Anon (SnE) 7III l. 1: skaut ‘shot’
Anon (SnE) 13III l. 4: skaut ‘dashed against’
Hharð Gamv 4II l. 6: skýtk ‘I shoot’
Hharð Gamv 6II l. 6: skotit ‘thrust’
ÞjóðA Magn 10II l. 5: Skýtra ‘does not dash’

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