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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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ungrouped:
Anon Hsv 137VII l. 3: beit ‘harness’
Anon Mey 47VII l. 5: beita ‘set upon’
Anon Óldr 19I l. 2: beitt ‘wielded’
Árm Lv 2II l. 2: beitum ‘are tacking’
Gamlkan Has 43VII l. 2: beitǫndum ‘steerers’
GunnLeif Merl II 29VIII (Bret 29) l. 2: beita ‘attack’
HSt Rst 15I l. 3: beita ‘to sail’
Ótt Hfl 15I l. 7: beittuð ‘you beat’
Rv Lv 22II l. 3: beita ‘to tack’
RvHbreiðm Hl 42III l. 4: beitt ‘drawn’
RvHbreiðm Hl 73III l. 6: beiti ‘The brandishing’
SnSt Ht 98III l. 3: beita ‘brandish’
Þjóð Yt 25I l. 3: beittr ‘dealt with’
Tindr Hákdr 8I l. 5: beita ‘’
Anon (FoGT) 24III l. 8: beittiz ‘was killed’
ǪrvOdd Lv 20VIII (Ǫrv 53) l. 8: beitti ‘wielded’
StarkSt Vík 15VIII (Gautr 23) l. 2: beitti ‘thrust’
StarkSt Vík 16VIII (Gautr 24) l. 6: beittak ‘wielded’
Gyðja Lv 1VIII (Ǫrv 59) l. 4: beitir ‘is swinging’
Útsteinn Útkv 8VIII (Hálf 49) l. 3: beita ‘strike’

compounds:
Gamlkan Has 43VII, l. 2: lungbeitǫndum ‘Ship-steerers’
RvHbreiðm Hl 73III, l. 6: beiti-Nirðir ‘The brandishing-Nirðir’

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