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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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ungrouped:
Anon Heildr 7VII l. 4: spakri ‘serene’
Anon Heildr 10VII l. 6: spökum ‘to the wise’
Anon Hsv 56VII l. 5: spakir ‘wise’
Anon Hsv 72VII l. 6: spakr ‘a wise man’
Anon Óldr 8I l. 8: spakr ‘wise’
GunnLeif Merl I 7VIII (Bret 75) l. 2: spakir ‘Skilful’
GunnLeif Merl I 11VIII (Bret 79) l. 8: spǫkum ‘to the sagacious’
Sigv Austv 20I l. 1: Spakr ‘Wise’
Sigv Austv 20I l. 1 [variant]: spakt ‘’
Sigv Vestv 2I l. 4 [variant]: spǫkum ‘’
SnSt Ht 70III l. 4: spakan ‘the wise’
Þhorn Gldr 8I l. 2: spakr ‘wise’
Þjóð Haustl 3III l. 5: spakr ‘wise’
Þjóð Yt 8I l. 7: spak ‘the wise’
ÞjóðA Sex 27II l. 4: spakra ‘calm’
Þstf Stuttdr 1II l. 8: spǫkum ‘ sagacious’
Þstf Stuttdr 2II l. 3: spaks ‘ sagacious’
Anon (FoGT) 18III l. 2: spakra ‘of wise’
Anon (Heiðr) 2VIII (Heiðr 20) l. 2: spakr ‘wise’

compounds:
Anon Óldr 8I, l. 8: margspakr ‘very wise’
Þhorn Gldr 8I, l. 2: margspakr ‘The very wise’
Þjóð Haustl 3III, l. 5: Margspakr ‘The deeply wise’
Þjóð Yt 8I, l. 7: spakfrǫmuðr ‘the wise wielder’
ÞjóðA Sex 27II, l. 4: vǫluspakra ‘of joint-calm’
Þstf Stuttdr 1II, l. 8: margspǫkum ‘of the very sagacious’
Þstf Stuttdr 2II, l. 3: margspaks ‘of the very sagacious’

indexed kennings:

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