Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Dictionary headwords relevant to the editions

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skorð (noun f.)

‘prop’

sourcefreq.total
ONP (prose citations):0721428
SkP: 10127911
Malfong.is (prose):01392394

forms: skorðum, skorð, Skorð

ungrouped:
Kálf Kátr 10VII l. 6: skorð ‘the prop’
Kálf Kátr 11VII l. 8: skorð ‘prop’
Anon Mv II 10VII l. 7: skorð ‘prop’
Anon Lil 2VII l. 6: skorðum ‘within the supports’
Hharð Lv 14II l. 6: skorð ‘pole’
Rv Lv 15II l. 5: Skorð ‘The prop’
Rv Lv 21II l. 6: skorð ‘prop’
Anon Brúðv 14VII l. 5: skorð ‘prop’
Bjǫrn Lv 1VIII (Frið 9) l. 7: skorð ‘prop’
Þul Kvenna II 2III l. 2: skorð ‘prop’
ÞjJ Lv 1VIII (ÞJ 1) l. 3: skorðum ‘the props’

compounds:
Anon Mv II 10VII, l. 7: gullskorð ‘for the gold-prop’
Hharð Lv 14II, l. 6: menskorð ‘The necklace-pole’
Rv Lv 21II, l. 6: hǫrskorð ‘linen-prop’
Anon Brúðv 14VII, l. 5: vegskorð ‘noble prop’
Bjǫrn Lv 1VIII (Frið 9), l. 7: bálskorð ‘prop {of the fire’
ÞjJ Lv 1VIII (ÞJ 1), l. 3: veigarskorðum ‘the props of drink’

indexed kennings:

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