slitu — tore
slíta (verb): to tear
 harðliga sjónir slitu: slitu harðliga sjónir 738ˣ, ‘hardleg[...] sjónir slitu’ 214ˣ, sárliga sjónir slitu 2797ˣ
 slitu sjónir ‘tore the eyes (out)’: In Fj 45/1-3 Svipdagr is threatened with having his eyes pecked out by ravens as a punishment for lying: horskir hrafnar | skulu þér á hám gálga | slíta sjónir úr | ef þú þat lýgr ‘wise ravens shall, on high gallows, tear out your eyes if you are lying about that’.
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