Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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2. skjótr (adj.)

ONP (prose citations):403721868
SkP: 41127911 (prose):6301392394

forms: skjótr, skjótum*, skjótr, skjót n pl, skjótastir nom m pl, skjótra, skjótrar, skjótri, skjótur nom m sg, Skjót m sg, skjótastur nom m sg, skiott, skíott, skiótt, skiotir, skiot, skjótan acc m sg, sciott, sciót, sciot, skiotare, skiotari, skjótari nom m sg, skiotaztir, skíotazstr, skiotuz, Skjótt nom m sg, Skiöt, skioter, skiotu, skiotara, skjótara sg, skiotaz, skiotazt, Skiótt, skíot, sciotast, skiotast, skjótast nom n sg, sciotan, skiött, sciótt, sciotare, skiota, sciotr, Sciotr, skiotr, skjóta, skiotan, skiotre, scioter, scíota, skiotar, skiotrar, skiotum, skjótasti, skiotizt, Skiott, skiotazst, skiot[t], sciotara, skiótast, skiotri, sciotri, sciotra, skjótar f pl, skjótum, skiotaztr, skiottur, scióᴛ, skiotur, skotir, skiotvm, skjótt, sceót

Anon Heil 15VII l. 4: skjótt ‘quickly’
Anon Leið 1VII l. 2: skjótt ‘quickly’
Anon Leið 26VII l. 4: skjótar ‘swift’
Anon Líkn 6VII l. 6: skjótr ‘quick to promote’
Anon Mey 3VII l. 7: skjótt ‘fast’
Anon Mhkv 19III l. 5: skjót ‘quick’
Anon Mv III 9VII l. 8: skjótt ‘at once’
Anon Pét 7VII l. 7: skjótr ‘quick’
Anon Pét 21VII l. 8: skjótt ‘at once’
Anon Mlag 2II l. 4: skjótt ‘quickly’
Arn Þorfdr 8II l. 2: skjótt ‘swiftly’
Arn Þorfdr 13II l. 5: skjótt ‘swiftly’
BjHall Kálffl 3I l. 8: skjótt ‘you quickly’
Bkrepp Magndr 1II l. 2: skjótt ‘with haste’
ESk Run 4II l. 2: skjótt ‘fast’
Anon Lil 16VII l. 2: skjótt ‘quickly’
Anon Lil 47VII l. 8: skjótast ‘quickly’
Gamlkan Has 12VII l. 6: skjótr ‘swift’
Gamlkan Has 24VII l. 2: skjóta ‘swift’
Gamlkan Has 47VII l. 7: skjótt ‘extremely quickly’
Gamlkan Has 48VII l. 4: skjóta ‘quick’
Gamlkan Has 61VII l. 5: skjótum* ‘swift’
Gsind Hákdr 1I l. 6 [variant]: skjótt ‘’
HSt Rst 16I l. 1: skjótt ‘indeed’
HSt Frag 7III l. 4: skjótt ‘quickly’
Hfr ErfÓl 8I l. 2: skjótt ‘quickly’
Rv Lv 20II l. 2: skjótt ‘swiftly’
RvHbreiðm Hl 55III l. 4: skjótt ‘quickly’
Sigv Tryggfl 1I l. 6: skjótt ‘swiftly’
Sjórs Lv 3II l. 1: Skjótt ‘speedily’
SnH Lv 5II l. 6: skjót ‘a quickly’
Sturl Hákfl 10II l. 3: skjótt ‘quickly’
Þjóð Haustl 13III l. 1: skjótt ‘quickly’
ÞjóðA Magnfl 9II l. 2: skjótt ‘swiftly’
ǪrvOdd Ævdr 14VIII (Ǫrv 84) l. 1: Skjótt ‘Quickly’
ǪrvOdd Ævdr 17VIII (Ǫrv 87) l. 8: skjótt ‘quickly’
Hjálm Lv 12VIII (Ǫrv 22) l. 3: skjótt ‘quickly’
Anon Brúðv 22VII l. 7: skjótt ‘quickly’
Neri Frag 1VIII (Gautr 7) l. 6: skjótt ‘quickly’
ÞjóðA Magn 11II l. 3: skjótt ‘swiftly’
Svart Skauf 23VIII l. 2: skjótt ‘quickly’
Svart Skauf 29VIII l. 7: skjótt ‘soon’

Anon Leið 1VII, l. 2: allskjótt ‘very quickly’
Anon Líkn 6VII, l. 6: siðskjótr ‘quick to promote virtue’
Anon Mey 3VII, l. 7: jafnskjótt ‘equally fast’
Gamlkan Has 24VII, l. 2: meginskjóta ‘very swift’
Gamlkan Has 61VII, l. 5: vegskjótum* ‘swift in glory’
HSt Rst 16I, l. 1: Raunskjótt ‘Rapidly indeed’
SnH Lv 5II, l. 6: skjótgǫrvu ‘a quickly composed’

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