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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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ungrouped:
Anon Alpost 2VII l. 4: skæri ‘the pure’
Anon Andr 3VII l. 1: Skært ‘A clear’
Anon Heil 3VII l. 6: skær ‘the bright’
Kálf Kátr 30VII l. 8: skæru ‘bright’
Kálf Kátr 33VII l. 3: skæru ‘bright’
Kálf Kátr 43VII l. 5: skærust ‘most pure’
Anon Mdr 14VII l. 8: skæra ‘a bright’
Anon Mey 2VII l. 4: skærum ‘a shining’
Anon Mey 11VII l. 2: skærum ‘to the bright’
Anon Mey 17VII l. 6: skærum ‘bright’
Anon Mey 18VII l. 2: skærri ‘bright’
Anon Mey 21VII l. 6: skærum ‘the bright’
Anon Mey 25VII l. 6: skærum ‘the bright’
Anon Mey 35VII l. 6: skæran ‘shining’
Anon Mey 56VII l. 2: skærust ‘brightest’
Anon Mv II 7VII l. 4: skærar ‘of the pure’
Anon Mv II 22VII l. 1: skær ‘the pure’
Anon Mv II 24VII l. 3: skærust ‘Purest’
Anon Mv III 27VII l. 7: skær ‘luminous’
Anon Mv III 28VII l. 1: skær ‘luminous’
Anon Mv III 28VII l. 2: skærust ‘Luminous’
Anon Pét 12VII l. 2: skær ‘pure’
Anon Pét 21VII l. 6: skærast ‘the very bright’
Anon Pét 24VII l. 3: skærast ‘purest’
Anon Pét 44VII l. 7: skærr ‘purified’
Anon Vitn 17VII l. 3: skæra ‘shining’
Anon Lil 12VII l. 2: skæru ‘unsullied’
Anon Lil 24VII l. 1 [variant]: skærum ‘’
Anon Lil 28VII l. 7: skæru ‘pure’
Anon Lil 74VII l. 6: skærir ‘radiant’
Sturl Hryn 10II l. 3: skæri ‘’
Hǫrðr Lv 2VIII (HjǪ 25) l. 6: skæru ‘pure’

compounds:
Sturl Hryn 10II, l. 3: skæriligr ‘the bright’

indexed kennings:

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